[ foikht-vahng-uhr ]
/ ˈfɔɪxtˌvɑŋ ər /
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Li·on [lee-awn], /ˈli ɔn/, 1884–1958, German novelist and dramatist.
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How to use Feuchtwanger in a sentence
There are two Misses Feuchtwanger in the hotel, kindest of elderly American ladies, full of funny reminiscence.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6|Augustus J. C. Hare
British Dictionary definitions for Feuchtwanger
/ (German ˈfɔɪçtvaŋər) /
Lion (ˈliːɔn). 1884–1958, German novelist and dramatist, lived in the US (1940–58): noted for his historical novels, including Die hässliche Herzogin (1923) and Jud Süss (1925)
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