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Bacharach

[bak-uh-rak, bak-rak]
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noun
  1. Burt,born 1929, U.S. songwriter.
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Historical Examples

  • "There is another castle in the river," said Grace, as the boat left Bacharach.

    Down the Rhine

    Oliver Optic

  • At Bacharach, "the poor people are found dead with grass in their mouths."

    The Thirty Years' War

    Samuel Rawson Gardiner

  • Well, but look here—why not stop at Bacharach, and see what sort of a place it is?

  • The evolution of the name of Bacharach is decidedly non-Christian.

  • To appease his conscientious scruples in a measure, he continued to work at the romance, "The Rabbi of Bacharach."


British Dictionary definitions for bacharach

Bacharach

noun
  1. Burt born 1928, US composer of popular songs, usually with lyricist Hal David
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