Examples from the Web for weimar
One of the clever things the Nazis did in the last days of the Weimar Republic was suspend freedom of the press.
Gordon sat by as the Thoenes compared Israel to the battle of the Alamo and contemporary America to the Weimar Republic.Meet The Husband and Wife Novelists Talking Israel to The Christian Right|Sarah Posner|June 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Some believe it goes back to the Weimar days, which I certainly don't doubt.
He was stationed in Germany, where he experienced the tumult of the Weimar Republic.
Weimar Germany did have subcultures that were sophisticated and cosmopolitan.
I thought you took an interest in all that goes on at Weimar.'
A casual examination of the list of his loves, reciprocated or spurned, would make a companion to that of Weimar.Egoists|James Huneker
And yet Weimar and German Liberalism had everything in its favour in the autumn of 1918.The New Germany|George Young
To Weimar then we came, and the gracious reception we certainly had, to our satisfaction and lasting remembrance.Franz Liszt|James Huneker
I will live, create, and enjoy, and that I can do as well in Weimar as in Rome!Goethe and Schiller|L. Mhlbach
British Dictionary definitions for weimar
Word Origin and History for weimar
in reference to the pre-1933 democratic government of Germany, 1932, from name of city in Thuringia where German constitution was drawn up in 1919. The place name is a compound of Old High German wih "holy" + mari "lake."