OTHER WORDS FROM Serban·ti-Serb, adjective, noun
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After Vukovar fell in the winter of 1991, Serb forces killed 260 prisoners and buried them in a mass grave.
What if a Serb mortar team carried a little ginger cat as their mascot?
What if Serb snipers started tucking puppies under their arms?
Would she shrink from firing at a Serb setting off an artillery piece if he had eyebrows like Katarina Witt?
The Serb population inside Bosnia rallied to the cause even as those forces were retreating rapidly.
It cost a lot of money to obtain this title and the Serb multi-billionaire Karic was only too glad to cough it up.
They persecuted the Albanian population – looted, burned houses and worse – more tenaciously and more ferociously than any Serb.
One day de Serb 'e got mad and avade in de ribber, but 'e did'n 'itPg 69 de Turk.The Luck of Thirteen|Jan Gordon
The Serb is light-hearted, inclined to be frivolous, and is much more adaptable.
The Serb's religion is almost the same as patriotism with him.Serbia: A Sketch|Helen Leah Reed