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Definition of "keller" []

  • Gottfried. 1819–90, Swiss novelist and short-story writer, who wrote in German: noted esp for the novel Der Grüne Heinrich (1855, rewritten 1880) (noun)
  • Helen (Adams). 1880–1968, US author and lecturer. Blind and deaf from infancy, she was taught to read, write, and speak and became noted for her work for disabled people (noun)

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Use "keller" in a sentence
  • "However, it wasn't until a trip to Germany inspired the brewers to use open fermentation that the beer finally obtained the flavors they were seeking (and also inspired the name -- "keller" is German for cellar, the name breweries give to their fermentation systems)."
  • "Also rejoining will be Giovanni Gulino (drums) and Joe Berger aka 'The Berger-meister' (guitar) friends from all over the world gathering in the special atmosphere of Jazzkeller Frankfurt, the oldest jazz club in Germany, a hundreds year old 'keller' below the ground near the Alte Oper in center of Frankfurt."
  • "Five People Born on January 21 abraham lincoln, adrien brody, al pacino, anne sullivan, anthony michael hall, frank serpico, helen keller, Sir John Gielgud"
  • "Her at home we have about l50 Acres we handle proper by seeding, fertilizer, weed keller and we harvest the sub-prim (gene lacking) small body thin horn bucks."
  • "NYT cease publication or fire draft dodger sulzberger and oli tycoon scion keller."