Alsatia

NOUN
  1. a region of northeastern France famous for its wines
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How To Use Alsatia In A Sentence

  • As we exchanged information, the Alsatian sat at our feet, licking the salt out of an empty crisp packet.
  • Police dogs are often a cross between a retriever and an alsatian.
  • Mr Charles Fricker, well known for his shows with trained Alsatians, is the moving spirit behind the idea.
  • I have had the swordfish, the Alsatian thin crust pizza now written about everywhere it seems, the pine-nut crusted halibut, the rosemary baked chicken, the Roman-style baby lamb and the goatfish linguini. each dish was superb, cooked to perfection, flaorful and creative. Klee, 120 herenortherillian stars
  • Our traditions and records speak of twenty revolutions within the last twelve years, in which the aforesaid state has repeatedly changed from absolute despotism to republicanism, not forgetting the intermediate stages of oligarchy, limited monarchy, and even gynocracy; for I myself remember Alsatia governed for nearly nine months by an old fish-woman. The Fortunes of Nigel
  • Apparently some of them nervous wrecks. Alsatians and everything.
  • He had only ever been discovered once and still bore the scars on his wrist from the Alsatian's razor-sharp-teeth.
  • Except the lead character, the somnolent man, a lady and the Alsatian dog, there are no other characters in the film.
  • It was the most horrendous place, because it was so savage, Alsatian dogs were snarling at you all the time, there was hardly any food.
  • In appearance, the dogs took a number of forms; retriever sized long muzzled hounds, heavily built greyhounds, border collies, Alsatian crosses and some forms of ‘lap dog’, probably small mongrels.
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