of or relating to Alsace or its inhabitants.
of or relating to Alsatia.
- an·ti-Al·sa·tian, adjective, noun
- pro-Al·sa·tian, adjective, noun
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How to use Alsatian in a sentence
There are two new two-star restaurants on the list — chef Hélène Darroze’s Marsan in Paris and Alsatian restaurant La Merise, run by Cédric Deckert — but it’s the one-star category that offers the most variety.
The hotel-keeper, a stout Alsatian, was a talkative person, and told Walter nearly all he wished to know.The Doctor of Pimlico | William Le Queux
This comes of Alsatian frolics—God keep us with his grace, and not give us over to our own devices!The Fortunes of Nigel | Sir Walter Scott
The orderly returned with Weber, the two coming from one of the narrow aisles, and John rose impulsively to meet the Alsatian.
The Alsatian shook hands with John and disappeared in the cut which led a long distance from the front.
He lifted the candle high above his head and looked around the lobby, but there was no sign of the Alsatian.
British Dictionary definitions for Alsatian
Officially called: German shepherd, German shepherd dog a large wolflike breed of dog often used as a guard or guide dog and by the police
a native or inhabitant of Alsace
(in the 17th century) a criminal or debtor who took refuge in the Whitefriars area of London
of or relating to Alsace or its inhabitants
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