1. in favour of or supporting Germany, its people, culture, etc: pro-German sentiment in Britain

Words Nearby pro-German

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How to use pro-German in a sentence

  • "I am not a pro-German this morning," cried the excited man.

  • We can only seek for an explanation in the deeply rooted anti-French and pro-German prejudices of Carlyle.

  • Castro even pretended that he was surprised that the Colonel was not a pro-German, the same as his political friends.

    The Enemies of Women | Vicente Blasco Ibez
  • He remained pro-German to the end; one of the few Samoans who did so.

    The Pacific Triangle | Sydney Greenbie
  • It seems so absurd to us to-day that we should have been pro-German in England.

    An Autobiography | Elizabeth Butler