Bodensee

[bohd-n-zey]
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Historical Examples of bodensee

  • It was a gray and sulky Bodensee, full of little dull waves and a cold head wind that never changed its mind for a moment.

    A Voyage of Consolation

    Sara Jeannette Duncan

  • The Bodensee was maintained on the Friedrichshafen-Berlin route to experiment further in commercial air transport.

    Zeppelin

    Harry Vissering

  • This request was willingly granted, the noble maiden gave up all her rich possession and left the island in the Bodensee.

    Legends of the Rhine

    Wilhelm Ruland

  • Thanks also to Louis, the steamboat first ploughed German waters, a service being inaugurated under his auspices on the Bodensee.

    Lola Montez

    Edmund B. d'Auvergne

  • Bodensee, another name for the Lake of Constance, well called the filter of the Rhine.

    The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

    Edited by Rev. James Wood


British Dictionary definitions for bodensee

Bodensee

noun
  1. the German name for (Lake) Constance
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