Definition of Murren
1. murrain [n -S] - See also: murrain
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Literary usage of Murren
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Switzerland and the Adjacent Portions of Italy, Savoy, and Tyrol: Handbook by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1907)
"193), to Lauterbrunnen (2>/4 hrs. to the station). The views from murren and the Upper Steinberg are among the finest in Switzerland. ..."
2. Captured: Sixteen Months as a Prisoner of War by John Harvey Douglas (1918)
"murren is literally a one-horse town. The horse is used to help the soldiers drag coal and baggage from the station to the hotel. ..."
3. The Ecclesiastical and Architectural Topography of Englandby Thomas Rickman by Thomas Rickman (1850)
"NEWNHAM murren, St. Mary. A small plain N. church. Chancel N., with the original windows in the sides, the chancel-arch N., the upper part plastered up. ..."
4. Rudiments of the German Language: Exercises in Pronouncing, Spelling by Franz Ahn (1878)
"... irden, denen, nennen, murren, immer, enden, mindern, Erde, Mine, Mime, Redner, Imme, Ruder, Rinne, Nummer, Eden.. oO, <- ^ aA. ..."