Examples from the Web for baedeker
Baedeker, always conservative, estimates the fire loss at three hundred and fifty millions.Abroad at Home|Julian Street
Excellence in literature has been pointed out to her, starred and double-starred, like Baedeker's cathedrals.Americans and Others|Agnes Repplier
One was a Baedeker in scarlet and gold, like one who on a Monday morning leaves all behind him and travels away from sorrow.On the Seaboard|August Strindberg
But let not the tourist suppose he can escape his tyrant Baedeker even at the top of the Giralda.Spanish Highways and Byways|Katharine Lee Bates
It must be in that sense that Baedeker specifies those 3500 inhabitants.Golden Lads|Arthur Gleason and Helen Hayes Gleason
"travel guide," 1863, from German printer and bookseller Karl Baedeker (1801-1859) whose popular travel guides began the custom of rating places with one to four stars. The Baedeker raids by the Luftwaffe in April and May 1942 targeted British cultural and historical sites.