Friedrichshafen

[ free-driks-hah-fuhn; German free-drikhs-hah-fuhn ]

noun
  1. a city in Baden-Württemberg, S Germany, on Lake Constance.

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How to use Friedrichshafen in a sentence

  • He flattened down the sail, when the flaw had spent its force, and headed his boat towards Friedrichshafen.

    Down the Rhine | Oliver Optic
  • "I don't know, except that we must be ten or a dozen miles to the eastward of Friedrichshafen," answered Shuffles.

    Down the Rhine | Oliver Optic
  • The Friedrichshafen bomber was not so large as the Gotha, but in many points of construction it resembled it.

    The Romance of Aircraft | Lawrence Yard Smith
  • "We wish to go to Friedrichshafen," said he, apparently troubled by the discovery he had made.

    Down the Rhine | Oliver Optic
  • The first congress was held at Friedrichshafen in August 1884, and was attended almost exclusively by Germans.

    International Language | Walter J. Clark