[ US /ˈɹaɪn/ ]
  1. a major European river carrying more traffic than any other river in the world; flows into the North Sea
  2. United States parapsychologist (1895-1980)
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How To Use Rhine In A Sentence

  • The next day she said the landscape as they cruised along the River Rhine was very picturesque with little villages nestling in the hills.
  • Like the Rhine it also marked a boundary for the Romans; beyond it - unknowable nomads!
  • Officials were watching flood levels on the Rhine river in the city of Koblenz on Monday that were expected to peak at 25 feet, 4 inches 7 meters, 70 centimeters, and some low-lying parts of the city were under water. Man Feared Dead As Melting Snow Floods Germany
  • The visit will also include Mpumalanga, which is the partner province of the North Rhine-Westphalia province in Germany (the industrial heartland). ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Viticulture is most extensive in the Rhine and Mosel valleys in west Germany and is an important export industry.
  • Layering jewelry can be mystifying, which is why this single piece composed of rhinestones, faux pearls, beads, and chains is so genius. CNN.com
  • Delicatessen Sangerbund holdin 'us while they sung th' Watch on th 'Rhine, we stepped ashore on a gangplank neatly formed be th' guv'nor iv th 'state holdin' onto th 'feet iv th' mayor, him clutchin 'th' iditor iv th 'Staats Zeitung an' so on, th 'gangplank singin' th 'Watch on th' Rhine as we walked to th 'dock. Observations By Mr. Dooley
  • After 11 years of Margaret Thatcher, it proved necessary to cannibalise the entire armoured resources of the Rhine Army to deploy a weak division for the First Gulf War. The Tory defence policy will be simple: cut, brutally
  • The rhinestone which is placed in the middle of the front side is the flashy highlight. CD Freaks News
  • No catarrhine has a prehensile tail, which means one crutch less. The Human Brain
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