noun, plural Vi·en·nese.
Origin of Viennese
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Stuff like a $345 key-shaped brass bottle opener by Viennese modernist designer Carl Aubock.
The Wiener Montags Journal complained, "Vienna has no nightlife, the Viennese are asleep by ten."Before the Fall: What Did the World Look Like in 1913?|Jacob Heilbrunn|June 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Daily Pic: The Viennese artist makes room for video's supporting cast.
He talks with Lucy Scholes about espionage and his Viennese obsession.William Boyd on James Bond and His New Novel, Waiting for Sunrise|Lucy Scholes|April 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Hugo von Hofmannsthal was a literary prodigy whom even his sharpest Viennese critics considered a great writer.
Popular Alpine snack in Viennese cafés with coffee gossip in the afternoon.The Complete Book of Cheese|Robert Carlton Brown
The songs of the obscure Schubert were gradually finding their way to favour among the exclusive circles of Viennese aristocracy.Great Musical Composers|George T. Ferris
The Viennese community thereby obtained historical importance.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
The orchestra struck up a Viennese waltz, a couple started to dance, and a few others followed their example.With Edge Tools|Hobart Chatfield-Taylor
The Viennese was standing outside now, softly closing the door.The Palace of Darkened Windows|Mary Hastings Bradley