Fuchs

[fyooks]
noun
  1. Daniel,1909–1993, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
  2. Klaus Emil Julius [klous] /klaʊs/, 1911–88, British physicist and atom spy for the Soviet Union, born in Germany.
  3. Sir Vivian (Ernest),1908–1999, British geologist and antarctic explorer.
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Historical Examples of fuchs

  • This event made Fuchs the object of undeserved notoriety, since he was travelling with her.

    My Antonia

    Willa Cather

  • He, too, seemed to consider Fuchs in some fashion to blame. '

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    Willa Cather

  • One night at supper Fuchs told us he had seen Mr. Shimerda out hunting.

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    Willa Cather

  • Fuchs got out the old candle-moulds and made tallow candles.

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    Willa Cather

  • Fuchs, who was the only cabinetmaker in the neighbourhood was set to work on a coffin.

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    Willa Cather


British Dictionary definitions for fuchs

Fuchs

noun
  1. Klaus Emil . (klaus ˈeːmiːl). 1911–88, East German physicist. He was born in Germany, became a British citizen (1942), and was imprisoned (1950–59) for giving secret atomic research information to the Soviet Union
  2. Sir Vivian Ernest . 1908–99, English explorer and geologist: led the Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition (1955–58)
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