or Em·den

[ em-duhn ]

  1. one of a breed of large, white domestic geese having orange shanks, toes, and bill.

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How to use Embden in a sentence

  • Among the crowd of listeners who came to hear the great pianist was Charlotte Embden, the daughter of an excellent Hamburg family.

  • It is not in my power to make Lisa Embden, or any other creature, feel happiness in the pursuit of good.

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  • At Embden, Friends that were banished are got into the city again.

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  • Toulouse and Embden geese are tremendous creatures, even reaching the enormous weight of twenty-five pounds.

  • One little dot of an Island, with six houses on it, near the Embden shore, is all that is left.