Definition of Teckels
1. teckel [n] - See also: teckel
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teckels
Literary usage of Teckels
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Private Lives of Kaiser William II, and His Consort: Secret History of the by Henry William Fischer (1909)
"Nearer to the Kaiser than all these faithful servants are his two Dachshunds, called teckels, biting, snarling little brutes with jaws measuring half the ..."
2. Private Lives of William II and His Consort: And Secret History of the Court by Henry William Fischer (1898)
"... lifted up her hands, and cried: "Wonder, wonder, wonder ! " but it is a feet that the Kaiser's teckels lapped the water out of the basin. ..."
3. The Life and Letters of the Right Honourable Friedrich Max Müller by Friedrich Max Müller (1902)
"It was like the Zoological Gardens, but all the animals were different kinds of dogs — greyhounds and deerhounds, like old Oscar, and teckels, like those ..."
4. The Red Book of Michigan: A Civil, Military and Biographical History by Charles Lanman (1871)
"... teckels speculation, and enabling the industrious set 1er with moderate means to acquire for himself a clear and unencumbered title to Meanwhile, ..."
5. Dogdom: Monthly (1920)
"... for the former secretary of the now defunct Richmond County К. С. has stuck to his teckels through ill-report and ill-favored days. ..."