Definition of 'the Palatinate'
Example sentences containing 'the Palatinate'
`He was an intelligent youngster with a half-finished degree in philosophy, and he came from a good family in the Palatinate.MOONDROP TO MURDER
They had crossed France, driven into Germany via Belfort and wandered eastward through the Palatinate in high good humour.IN LOVE AND WAR DARE CALL IT TREASON
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Definition of the Palatinate from the Collins English Dictionary
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