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Definition of Seine

  • A large net, one edge of which is provided with sinkers, and the other with floats. It hangs vertically in the water, and when its ends are brought together or drawn ashore incloses the fish.
  • a large fishnet that hangs vertically, with floats at the top and weights at the bottom
  • a French river that flows through the heart of Paris and then northward into the English Channel
  • fish with a seine; catch fish with a seine

How to use seine in a sentence. Seine pronunciation.

At the two extremities of the transparencies were represented the Seine and the Danube, surrounded by children-image of fecundity.
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That evening the Prince Borghese and Princess Pauline nearly fell into the Seine in their carriage while returning to their country house at Neuilly.
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Arriving on it, the sound of the swollen Seine rushing under the arches and against the pillars, caught her ear; she stopped, leaned against the parapet, and gazed into the angry water; then bowing her head she uttered a deep sigh, and resumed her rapid walk.
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Perhaps, worn out by exposure, starvation, disease, he had found an end in some hospital, or in an access of despair had sought death in the turbid Seine; but perhaps with his Southern instability he had given up the struggle of his own accord, and now, a clerk in some office in Madrid, turned his fervent rhetoric to politics and bull-fighting. Philip asked Lawson and Hayward to come and see his new rooms, and they came, one with a bottle of whiskey, the other with a pate de foie gras; and he was delighted when they praised his taste.
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Who knows if on the banks of the Seine, the Thames, the Zuyder-Zee, where now, in the tumult of so many enjoyments, the heart and the eye suffice not for the multitude of sensations,-who knows if some traveller, like myself, shall not one day sit on their silent ruins, and weep in solitude over the ashes of their inhabitants, and the memory of their former greatness.
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Schweif und Maehnen flatterten hoch in die Luft auf, und seine Gestalt in freier Bewegung war so schoen, dass alles ausrief: "O che bellezze!
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Ufer kam, dass man seine ganze Gestalt sah, und er sodann wieder in das tiefe Meer zurueckkehrte, wo man nichts weiter sah als den Kopf des schwimmenden Pferdes, ihn aber bis an die Schultern.
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Apolls oder Bacchus, dessen ich schon gedacht, scheint sein Wunsch, seine Prophezeiung erfuellt zu sein.
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Verschaffelt, ein Sohn des Mannheimer Direktors, hat diese Lehre recht durchgedacht und teilt mir seine Kunststuecke mit.
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Taetigkeit Ziel und Mass gab, machte solche Raeume angenehm und wuenschenswert, wo man seine Zeit nuetzlich in Ruh' und Kuehlung zubringen konnte.
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Verschaffelt eroeffnete einen Kurs der Perspektive, wo wir uns des Abends versammelten und eine zahlreiche Gesellschaft auf seine Lehren horchte und sie unmittelbar ausuebte.
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Moritzen hat Herders Gotteslehre sehr wohl getan, er zaehlt gewiss Epoche seines Lebens davon, er hat sein Gemuet dahin geneigt und war durch meinen Umgang vorbereitet, er schlug gleich wie wohl getrocknet Holz in lichte Flammen.
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Es ist ein wirklich guter Mensch, aber er ist nicht so rein, so natuerlich, so offen wie seine Briefe.
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Herder hat mich aufgefordert, Forstern auf seine Reise um die Welt auch Fragen und Mutmassungen mitzugeben.
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Er spricht niemals mit mir, ohne dass ich alles aufschreiben moechte, was er sagt, so bestimmt, richtig, die einzige wahre Linie beschreibend sind seine Worte.
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Sein Unterricht gibt mir, was mir kein Mensch geben konnte, und seine Entfernung wird mir unersetzlich bleiben.
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Was ihr aber zur groessten Zierde dient, sind Christus und seine Apostel, die Reihe her an den Pfeilern des Schiffs, nach Zeichnungen Raffaels farbig in Lebensgroesse gemalt.
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Hier entwickelt er sich zum vollkommnen Juengling; sein schoenes Antlitz, seine reichen Locken zeichnen ihn aus; er ist anziehend und ablehnend zugleich, Anmut und Wuerde begleiten ihn ueberall.
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Schmach den Glanz seines Daseins zu verhuellen trachtete.
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Zutrauens wuerdig; er entdeckte seinen Beichtkindern Suenden, die sie verschwiegen, Maengel, die sie nicht beachtet hatten; sein bruenstiges ekstatisches Gebet setzte seine Umgebungen als uebernatuerlich in Erstaunen, in einen Zustand, in welchem die Menschen wohl auch durch ihre Sinne zu erfahren glauben, was ihnen die Einbildungskraft, angeregt durchs Gefuehl, vorbilden mochte.
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Examples of Seine

Example #1
The twelve columns of the peristyle and the staircase were illuminated; and the columns were united by garlands of colored lights, the statues on the peristyle and the steps also bearing lights.
Example #2
Beside them stood two figures bearing shields, on which were represented the arms of the two empires; and behind this group came magistrates, warriors, and the people presenting crowns.
Example #3
Those persons who took pleasure in finding omens, and those especially (a very small number) who saw with chagrin the rejoicings of the Empire, did not fail to remark that every fete given to Marie Louise had been attended by some accident.
Example #4
On that day Prince Aldobrandini, who in his quality of first equerry of Marie Louise accompanied the Empress, was very happy to find and borrow an umbrella in order to shelter Marie Louise; but there was much dissatisfaction in the group where this borrowing was done because the umbrella was not returned.
Example #5
In the Rue Vanneau she stopped before a brilliantly lighted mansion, isolated from the adjoining houses by a garden wall.
Example #6
She traversed the Place de la Concorde with the same convulsive haste, and passed toward the bridge.