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  1. E(dward) Phillips, 1866–1946, English novelist.

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How to use Oppenheim in a sentence

  • The Spaniards at last retired with the loss of 600 men, some taking refuge in Oppenheim, and others in Mentz.

    The Thirty Years War, Complete | Friedrich Schiller
  • The imperial herald, Sturm, rejoined him some time after at Oppenheim, and the following day they reached Frankfort.

  • The consequences of a bold deception Mr. Oppenheim has unfolded to us with remarkable ingenuity.

    The Slave of Silence | Fred M. White
  • For example, the Oppenheim novels: there are fifty-three of them, and to read them is almost like going on fifty-three tours.

    The Crow's Nest | Clarence Day, Jr.
  • Mr. Oppenheim is one of the cleverest weavers of plots who write the English language, and he has many examples of his skill.

    The White Lie | William Le Queux