When he did lift his eyes they were directed ahead, where the road was seen to enter the great thuringian forest.
A Swiss woman, however, is asserted to have produced a hare; a thuringian, a toad.
He was obliged to confess that the thuringian ladies knew how to keep a good kitchen and to maintain the honour of the house.
Hans enjoyed this, being used to the air and freedom of his thuringian forest.
There a thuringian met him and asked him: "Why do you wear so much gold around your lean neck?"
One day Bettina was called to assist with a wounded thuringian.
Henry soon found himself confronted by an abler and more stubborn antagonist than either thuringian or Saxon.
"Then a new bridge will be built for truth," declared the little thuringian with flashing eyes.
In 1747 Frederick the Great brought a colony of thuringian cutlers to the town, but this branch of industry has entirely died out.
She was an excellent sample of the thuringian widow, a species not yet extinct, but trying very hard to become so.