that part of Germany W of the Rhine.
- German Rheinland.
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How to use Rhineland in a sentence
If a particular transaction lost money, the conduit, Rhineland, was on the hook, but the bank, IKB, was not.
But Abacus and similar deals were already sucking money out of Rhineland, according to a person familiar with the matter.
If Rhineland made money, on the other hand, the bank took a big share of the gains.
The vine-clad slopes of the latter offer many a romantic picture to the wayfarer in Rhineland.The Desert World | Arthur Mangin
His success in the Rhineland was as great as it had been in Brazil, and he proved himself a most able and wise ruler.
He was a priest in a small village in the Rhineland, "multae vir lectionis."A History of Bibliographies of Bibliographies | Archer Taylor
In 1683 a group of religious refugees from the Rhineland founded Germantown, near Philadelphia.Our Foreigners | Samuel P. Orth
Some of them, by depositing a surety of 30,000 marks, left to go and live under a kind of penal regime in the Prussian Rhineland.Verdun Argonne-Metz 1914-1918 | Anonymous
British Dictionary definitions for Rhineland
the region of Germany surrounding the Rhine: German name: Rheinland
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