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Kassa

[kosh-sho] /ˈkɒʃ ʃɒ/
noun
1.
Hungarian name of Košice.
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  • He soon found one in the person of a rich merchant from Kassa.

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  • Why, Dame Sarah with a huge Kassa wagon drawn by three stout horses.

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  • The town of Kassa had a lot to say about the lady whom Valentine had brought home as his wife.

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  • Such a beauty has not been seen in Kassa for many a long day!

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  • I would not go among them if they gave me the whole city of Kassa.

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  • And all the time he resided at Kassa, he did nothing but give splendid entertainments.

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  • He dashed the mirror to the ground and rode away from Kassa that very day.

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  • He was also well aware that the citizens of Kassa are very stiff-necked people.

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  • You had to be very clever indeed to get the better of the citizens of Kassa.

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  • Kassa is one of the oldest and handsomest towns of Hungary, and is pleasantly situated on the right bank of the Hernd.

British Dictionary definitions for Kassa

Kassa

/ˈkɔʃʃɔ/
noun
1.
the Hungarian name for Košice
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