Definition of Sokol

1. an international group promoting physical fitness [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sokol

soju
sokah
sokahs
sokaiya
sokaiyas
soke
sokeman
sokemanries
sokemanry
sokemans
sokemen
soken
sokens
sokes
soko
sokol (current term)
sokols
sokosho
sokubiotoshi
sol-fa
sol gel transformation
sola
sola gratia
sola topee
sola topi
solace
solaced
solaceful
solacement

Literary usage of Sokol

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1. Through Siberia, the Land of the Future by Fridtjof Nansen (1914)
"... method of ferrying : No Ice-Age : A game of football and the sokol movement : The Museum : Meeting of the Geographical Society and big dinner : Farewell ..."

2. Immigrant Forces: Factors in the New Democracy by William Payne Shriver (1913)
"In a year's receipts at the Red sokol—over $31000 —the largest item, exceeding $25000, was from the bar. The average American knows little or nothing of ..."

3. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1863)
"He told us that preperations had been made for our visit to sokol; next day we could ride over to dinner and return in the evening. ..."

4. Bohemia: A Brief Evaluation of Bohemia's Contribution to Civilizationby J. J. Zmrhal, Vojta Beneš by J. J. Zmrhal, Vojta Beneš (1917)
"At the last great sokol meet — one is held every five years and is looked upon ... Women who are members of the sokol organization give to the nation sound, ..."

5. The Land of the Black Mountain: The Adventures of Two Englishmen in Montenegro by Reginald Wyon, Gerald Prance (1905)
"... tells his story—sokol Baco, ex-Albanian chief—Shooting on the Lake of Scutari—Our journey thither—Our frustrated nap —Arrival at the chapel—The island ..."

6. The Land of the Black Mountain: The Adventures of Two Englishmen in Montenegro by Reginald Wyon, Gerald Prance (1903)
"... tells his story—sokol Baco, ex-Albanian chief—Shooting on the Lake of Scutari—Our journey thither—Our frustrated nap —Arrival at the chapel—The island ..."

7. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1915)
""We Serbs, as a part of the great Slav community, have adopted the sokol idea and joined hands in the common work for our own welfare and that of our ..."

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