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Deutscher

[doi-cher]
noun
  1. Isaac,1907–1967, English journalist and author, born in Poland.
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Historical Examples

  • "Deutscher, Deutscher," he cried, pointing to the Gothic type.

    "And they thought we wouldn't fight"

    Floyd Gibbons

  • Three-quarters of 'em hate the war, and infinitely prefer the Britisher to the Deutscher.'

  • Get the volumes of a very cheap publication—the "Deutscher Novellenschatz."

  • That thieving Deutscher who runs the schooner we had in port over-night told me this not an hour ago.

    The Argus Pheasant

    John Charles Beecham

  • But by education I am quite as much an Englishman as a "Deutscher," and by affection much more the former.

    Uncanny Tales

    Mary Louisa Molesworth