[ krahys-ler ]
/ ˈkraɪs lər /
Fritz [frits], /frɪts/, 1875–1962, Austrian violinist and composer in the U.S.
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Which form is used to state an obligation or duty someone has?
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How to use Kreisler in a sentence
The little girl was afraid of German spies—afraid for her country—and Rudolph Kreisler's pockets did bulge ominously.
Rudolph Kreisler, bulging pockets and all, was in the engine-room, right under their feet!
One couldn't let German spies go around with their pockets—Rudolph Kreisler was in the engine-room right now!
She slipped through the window, past the great silent engine, and came face to face with Rudolph Kreisler.
British Dictionary definitions for Kreisler
Fritz (frɪts). 1875–1962, US violinist, born in Austria
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