Kästner

[ kast-ner; German kest-nuhr ]

noun
  1. E·rich [ey-rikh], /ˈeɪ rɪx/, 1899–1974, German writer.

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How to use Kästner in a sentence

  • Kastner added that he feared investigation more than they did because he had more at stake.

    The Crimson Tide | Robert W. Chambers
  • The following prescription, for preparing what he calls malt wine, is given by Dr. Kastner.

  • Kastner got up and gave him a sinister, near-sighted look: “If ve done damach ve pay,” he remarked.

    The Crimson Tide | Robert W. Chambers
  • Kastner sneered at him and nudged Sondheim, who immediately sat up in bed and levelled an unwashed hand at Skidder.

    The Crimson Tide | Robert W. Chambers
  • “That mutt Sondheim looks like a bad one to me, and the other guy––Kastner,” he observed gloomily.

    The Crimson Tide | Robert W. Chambers