Definition for bonn (2 of 2)
Related formsWest German, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for bonn
A breakfast meeting was arranged between Haydn and members of the court orchestra at Bad Godesberg, close to Bonn.
He never saw the Rhine, or Bonn—or, indeed, Eleonore von Breuning—again.
He was in London when the sad news reached him, but he kept his promise to pass through Bonn on his return to Vienna.
It was decided that the Elector and his family should leave Bonn.
To manage Afghanistan out of this current crisis, one solution is to opt for another caretaker government—a “Bonn 2.0.”
Here he met Mozart, then at the height of his fame, whose operas were frequently produced in Bonn and throughout Germany.Beethoven|George Alexander Fischer
He was present in person at the siege of Bonn in 1689, but was not often in command of his troops.
My son spent the whole of last summer in Bonn trying to do so——'The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rgen|Elizabeth von Arnim
That the author is disposed to place their origin in the Bonn period has already appeared.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume I (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
The stimulus which Beethoven received from singers in those early days at Bonn did not work very deeply.Beethoven: A Memoir (2nd Ed.)|Elliott Graeme