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Baden

[ bahd-n ]

noun

  1. a region in SW Germany, formerly a state, now incorporated in Baden-Württemberg.


Baden

/ ˈbaːdən /

noun

  1. a former state of West Germany, now part of Baden-Württemberg


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Example Sentences

At seventeen he left Baden-Baden to go to St. Gallen, Switzerland.

“Linda” is renowned defense attorney Linda Kenney Baden, a self-described “Jersey girl” with a weakness for flashy baubles.

“He rushed from the middle of the trial to go film a TV series,” Baden says witheringly.

Not surprisingly, given her risk-taking profession, Baden is a competitive poker player.

Michael Baden, chief forensic pathologist for the New York State Police, has his doubts about the professional assassin theory.

He explained quietly that he did not belong here, but was making a tour of the parishes of Wurttemberg and Baden.

He is in Baden, you know, and not in a position to say anything.

Write me of mademoiselle's safe arrival when you reach Baden.

I expected to find them still there, but they had left for Baden-Baden.

You remind me more and more every day, Tiff, of that dear delightful old Baden-Baden.

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