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Dutch
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition
the people of the Netherlands (including Holland); or relating to them (including the name of their language)
  • And suddenly there floated into his mind the joyful thought: "In two years' time I shall have two Dutch cows; Pava herself will perhaps still be alive, a dozen young daughters of Berkoot and the three others—how lovely!"
    Part One (82% in)
  • The parlor was a big room, with a Dutch stove, and a screen dividing it into two.
    Part Three (75% in)
  • By gymnastics and careful attention to his health he had brought himself to such a point that in spite of his excess in pleasure he looked as fresh as a big glossy green Dutch cucumber.
    Part Four (1% in)

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