It was not a very serious illness, and not at all dangerous; but it had the effect of detaining them at homburg.
His answer did not arrive for twenty-four hours, and then it was addressed from homburg.
She knew why she did not care to go to homburg—because she was tired of society.
It was very silly of you to go to homburg as if you didn't care.
We might have a turn at Monte Carlo if you liked, or homburg in the season, or—but the fact is, we might go anywhere.
Heinzel and homburg make other conjectures (Herrig's Archiv, 72, 374, etc.).
It was on the terrace of the Kursaal at homburg, nearly ten years ago, one beautiful night toward the end of July.
All my family at homburg, settling down tranquilly in the enemy's country.
He took off the homburg, took his handkerchief from his breast pocket, and wiped the hatband.
But I was nevertheless annoyed with my mother for going to homburg.
type of soft felt had with a curled brim and a dented crown, 1894, from Homburg, resort town in Prussia, where it was first made. Introduced to England by Edward VII.