Definition for stockholm (2 of 2)
OTHER WORDS FROM Swedenan·ti-Swe·den, adjectivepro-Swe·den, adjective
Examples from the Web for stockholm
It had opened in Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Prague, London.
So much for the Stockholm syndrome the GOP House leadership insists represents political reality.
Sweden was the first European country to inaugurate a dedicated LGBT retirement facility, which was opened in Stockholm in 2013.
“People are now planting bombs in the tramways of Algiers,” he said in 1957, when he was in Stockholm to receive the Nobel Prize.
Janine di Giovanni visits Stockholm and attempts to understand why.
King Christian will furnish the staffs, and then—on to Stockholm!Plays by August Strindberg, Fourth Series|August Strindberg
Gustavus entered into an alliance with Lubeck, and it sent a fleet to Stockholm, thus encircling it also from the sea.
The masses of Stockholm on one occasion gave vent to their feelings by demonstrations which were of a menacing character.
I did not see a low-necked dress or a thin shoe north of Stockholm.Northern Travel|Bayard Taylor
On the 14th of September they cast anchor before Stockholm, which they had left on the tenth of the preceding February.The Waif of the "Cynthia"|Andr Laurie and Jules Verne