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Stettin

[shte-teen] /ʃtɛˈtin/
noun
1.
German name of Szczecin.
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  • Helen, after a decent pause, continued her account of Stettin.

    Howards End E. M. Forster
  • The faces of the soldiers were all the same; they all had the face of Herr Mitmann of Stettin.

    The Message Alec John Dawson
  • The man from Stettin rushed up to the bedroom, and jumped into the oak chest.

    War and the Weird Forbes Phillips
  • The new liner was built by the Stettin Vulkan yard, and completed in 1900.

    Albert Ballin Bernhard Huldermann
  • "Well, we're not in Stettin," broke in the man, turning back.

    Historic Girlhoods Rupert S. Holland
  • The family were poor and only used the left wing of their palace at Stettin.

    Historic Girlhoods Rupert S. Holland
  • Spandau surrendered on the 25th of October, Stettin on the 29th.

  • His father was a wealthy ship-chandler at Stettin, and he himself had been everywhere.

    Command William McFee
  • But something very annoying happened to the Queen at Stettin.

    Two Royal Foes Eva Madden
  • It was early in 1756 that a Scottish trader, from Edinburgh, entered the port of Stettin.

British Dictionary definitions for Stettin

Stettin

/ʃtɛˈtiːn/
noun
1.
the German name for Szczecin
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