Pachmann

[pahk-muh n; Russian pahkh-muh n]
noun
  1. Vlad·i·mir de [vlad-uh-meer duh; Russian vluh-dyee-myir de] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər də; Russian vlʌˈdyi myɪr dɛ/, 1848–1933, Russian pianist.
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Historical Examples of pachmann

  • Perhaps Pachmann was lying—and yet he had not seemed to be lying.

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    Burton Egbert Stevenson

  • It was a good dinner, but it did not seem to appeal to Pachmann's table-companion.

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    Burton Egbert Stevenson

  • Pachmann selected a cigar from the tray on the table with great care.

    The Destroyer

    Burton Egbert Stevenson

  • Pachmann sat for a moment longer, his lips curled in a sardonic smile.

    The Destroyer

    Burton Egbert Stevenson

  • Pachmann turned to a leisurely examination of the suit-cases.

    The Destroyer

    Burton Egbert Stevenson