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Marienbad

[mair-ee-uh n-bad, mar-; German mah-ree-uh n-baht] /ˈmɛər i ənˌbæd, ˈmær-; German mɑˈri ənˌbɑt/
noun
1.
a spa and resort town in the Czech Republic.
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  • At this evening hour all the visitors to Marienbad pass in leisurely review.

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  • People were beginning to return from Marienbad, from Schwalbach, from Heringsdorf.

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  • "We're all looking forward to this Marienbad expedition," she said.

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  • The expedition to Marienbad took with it a secretary who was also a stenographer.

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  • He says he's going to Marienbad to get rid of it; that's only his joke.

  • Yet he could not give way; it would not have been Marienbad etiquette.

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  • Not so bad, after all, this banting at Marienbad, he reflected.

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  • She was born in Bavaria, not more than a day's ride from Marienbad.

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  • Why not, she argued, remain at Marienbad for three weeks more and complete his cure?

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British Dictionary definitions for Marienbad

Marienbad

/ˈmærɪənˌbæd; German maˈriːənbaːt/
noun
1.
the German name for Mariánské Lázně
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