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Sachsen

[zahk-suh n] /ˈzɑk sən/
noun
1.
German name of Saxony.
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  • "It is Holland's good fortune that you are here," Sachsen declared.

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  • "Pray God to give you wisdom and strength," Sachsen advised gravely.

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  • Peter Gross made a gesture of dissent, but Sachsen did not let him interrupt.

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  • Sachsen looked at the table-top thoughtfully and rubbed his hands.

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  • "Mynheer Gross is an American, therefore he is chivalrous," Sachsen observed.

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  • "That is not the question," Peter Gross began, but Sachsen interrupted.

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  • "Sachsen is too old a man to be caught napping," Carver observed.

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  • Now, Sachsen, answer me truthfully, has this Peter Gross an eye for women?

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  • This commercial flight led the German army to buy three more military ships of the Sachsen type.

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  • At a word from his superior, Sachsen tucked the papers he had been studying into a portfolio.

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British Dictionary definitions for Sachsen

Sachsen

/ˈzaksən/
noun
1.
the German name for Saxony
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