Limburger in a sentence

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Definition of Limburger

  • a soft white cheese with a very strong pungent odor and flavor

How to use limburger in a sentence. Limburger pronunciation.

In this connection he mentions a young woman who, when suffering from intense sick headache, exhaled an odor resembling that of Limburger cheese.
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A stale egg explains itself as promptly and as thoroughly as anything I am acquainted with, not excepting Limburger cheese, and Katiusha and I had had no severe experiences with the women whom he thus unflatteringly described.
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Ach himmel; zwei bier und Limburger.
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You see those Limburger cheese in the villain's mouth.
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Jimmie in his secret heart was scared stiff, but he did not reveal it to these mocking soldier-boys, who made merry over German U-boats as they did over sauerkraut and pretzels and Limburger and "wienies", otherwise known as "hot dogs".
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It was a good Limburger cheese, too!
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Moreover, the flavours and the tastes that arise have a decided resemblance in many cases to the decomposition products of bacteria, strikingly so in Limburger cheese.
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Examples of Limburger

Example #1
Barbier met a case of disordered innervation in a captain of infantry, the upper half of whose body was subject to such offensive perspiration that despite all treatment he had to finally resign his commission.
Example #2
Hammond also speaks of a young lady subject to chorea whose insensible perspiration had an odor of pineapples; a hypochondriac gentleman under his care smelled of violets.
Example #3
He seemed a thoroughly disillusioned man, and we left him at last, with an involuntary burden of misanthropic ideas, though he addressed me persistently as _galubtchik_,-"dear little dove," literally translated.
Example #4
Why, for example, did it enter his brain to warn me that the Finnish women of the neighboring villages,-all the country round about is the old Finnish Ingermannland,-in company with the women of his own village, were in the habit of buying stale eggs at the Tzarskoe Selo shops to mix with their fresh eggs, which they sold in the market, the same with intent to deceive?
Example #5
ACT II.-_Scene, a boarding-house parlor.
Example #6
He takes care of a girl, KATRINA, whom I adore.