Steen

[steyn]
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noun

Jan [yahn] /yɑn/, 1626–79, Dutch painter.

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Examples from the Web for steen

Historical Examples of steen

  • The jolly Jan himself is smoking at the table; the old brewer and the elder Mrs. Steen are in the foreground.

  • Steen is not the only Dutch painter who, whether deservedly or not, won a reputation for drunkenness.

    Holland, v. 1 (of 2)

    Edmondo de Amicis

  • Steen's double checked every computation and some he's done four times.

    Plague Ship

    Andre Norton

  • Steen and he were never friends, nor indeed was Steen ever a popular man among his acquaintances.

    Willy Reilly

    William Carleton

  • He led good and strong, me burning the wind behind and 'steen Spaniards spread out in the rear.

    The Pirate of Panama

    William MacLeod Raine



British Dictionary definitions for steen

Steen

1

noun

Jan (jɑn). 1626–79, Dutch genre painter

Steen

2

noun Southern African

(in South Africa) the white grape variety known elsewhere as Chenin Blanc
any of the white wines made from this grape

Word Origin for Steen

Afrikaans
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