Definition of Ritzes

1. ritz [n] - See also: ritz



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ritzes

ritualistic
ritualistic behaviour
ritualistically
ritualists
ritualization
ritualizations
ritualize
ritualized
ritualizes
ritualizing
rituall
ritually
rituals
rituximab
ritz
ritzes
ritzier
ritziest
ritzily
ritziness
ritzinesses
ritzy
riuer
riuers
riv'n
riva
rivadavite
rivage
rivages
rival

Literary usage of Ritzes

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1. The Works of John C. Calhoun by John Caldwell Calhoun, Richard Kenner Crallé (1883)
"It every where recog- riTzes~the existence of the States, and invokes their aid to carry its powers into execution. In one of the two houses of Congress, ..."

2. Untersuchung der Kohlenwasserstofföle und Fette, sowie der ihnen Verwandten by David Holde (1913)
"und der Größe des zur Hervorbringung des Ritzes nötigen Gewichts. Fig. 113. II. Chemische Prüfung. Eine größere Probe (50—100 g oder mehr) wird zunächst mit ..."

3. A Comparative Glossary of the Gothic Language with Especial Reference to by Gerhard Hubert Balg (1889)
"HG riz (gen. ritzes), in., neuf, fissure, cleft, wound, also outline, N. if. G. ritze, f., rift, cleft, fissure, whence OHG rizzen, ..."

4. The Void of War: Letters from Three Fronts by Reginald John Farrer (1918)
"And, of course, Ritzes are not places to give proper perspectives. Here you only see the luxuriousness of life: and the contrast is much more of a jar. 2. ..."

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