[free-drik; German free-drikh]
- a male given name.
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Examples from the Web for friedrich
A crude label, written in red crayon and held on with tape, read , “Friedrich Wilhelm Ier, der Soldaten König.”
The fourth coffin contained the remains of “Friedrich der Grosse”—Frederick the Great, the son of the Soldier King.
Characteristically, Ngai adduces two very different examples of the zany: Lucille Ball and Friedrich Nietzsche.Zany, Cute, Interesting: What the Words We Use Say About Us
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Then we move on, and we require [Austrian economists Ludwig] von Mises and [Friedrich von] Hayek as well.What Paul Ryan Learned From Ayn Rand
Anne C. Heller
August 16, 2012
The German poet Friedrich Schiller described the artist as one who unites the possible with the necessary to bring out the ideal.The Taliban's Propaganda Victory
Stephen L. Carter
July 13, 2011
Friedrich: Because—because—because—well, dear me—because—otherwise everything will stop!
Friedrich: Well, most likely nobody in Rudolstadt has ever seen you on the boards.
Friedrich (after a pause, sadly): No, I do not understand that.
(She holds them toward Friedrich and asks) Did he say anything?
Friedrich: Well, that you should have remained entirely faultless.
- Caspar David (ˈkaspar ˈdaːfɪt). 1774–1840, German romantic landscape painter, noted for his skill in rendering changing effects of light
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