Definition for wilhelm (2 of 3)
Definition for wilhelm (3 of 3)
Examples from the Web for wilhelm
Klocker says he was bitter and would compare himself to such persecuted gurus as Timothy Leary and Wilhelm Reich.
The doctrines, which drew on the likes of Wilhelm Reich, replaced absolute fidelity with ordained promiscuity.
Two of them, Wilhelm, an officer, and his brother, Friedhelm, are about to leave for the front.
Lieut. Wilhelm Winter says at the outset that he is fighting for the Fatherland, but by 1941 he is fighting for the Fuhrer.
She continued to go by the surname Wilhelm, but Bill took her maiden name as a tribute to her.
Wilhelm opened the door: the child came in, and sang him the song we have just given above.
At first they supposed she had been sick: Wilhelm once questioned her about it.
As the surgeon came out from attending him, the band hanging from his pouch caught Wilhelm's eye; he fancied that he knew it.The World's Greatest Books, Vol IV.|Editors: Arthur Mee and J.A. Hammerton
On the other hand, the angels of Wilhelm's heart have fled away from reality because they accepted this representation.
This was the view of Wilhelm Mannhardt.798 It may be called the solar theory.Balder The Beautiful, Vol. I.|Sir James George Frazer
British Dictionary definitions for wilhelm (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for wilhelm (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for wilhelm
A German emperor, or kaiser, of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. After disagreements with Kaiser Wilhelm in the late nineteenth century, Otto von Bismarck resigned as head of the German government. Wilhelm then made aggressive moves abroad that increased instability throughout Europe. He ruled Germany in World War I and abdicated after his country's defeat. He lived the rest of his life in obscurity in The Netherlands.