Kirchner

[ keersh-ner, keerk-; German keerkh-nuhr ]

noun
  1. Ernst Ludwig, 1880–1938, German expressionist artist.

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How to use Kirchner in a sentence

  • I went to the Kirchner Museum, founded by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.

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  • Cristina Elizabeth Fernández de Kirchner did what Hillary Clinton hoped to do: follow her husband into the presidency.

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  • "Oh, that's all right; I really shouldn't have taken the attitude I did," Kirchner met him halfway.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • "Well, I don't have any intention of exceeding my authority, of course," Kirchner disclaimed hastily.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • He picked up the Colt and showed Kirchner the serials, on the butt, and in front of the trigger-guard.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • Farnsworth seemed impressed in about the same way as the coroner, Kirchner, but he was still puzzled.

    Murder in the Gunroom | Henry Beam Piper
  • Brahms' Italian journey in the spring of 1887 was made in the company of Simrock and Kirchner.

British Dictionary definitions for Kirchner

Kirchner

/ (German kirçnər) /


noun
  1. Ernst Ludwig. 1880–1938, German expressionist painter and printmaker; a founder of the group die Brücke (1905)

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