Synonyms for stein

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"Better at tree months,—we can always renew," said Stein, calmly.

Said he was sure Mr. Stein did not mean him to keep me for nothing.

A present from Stein, it seems—in exchange for that ring, you know.

In this he was actuated by a sense of duty; he had to look after Stein's business, he said.

What did Mr. Stein mean sending a boy like that to talk big to an old servant?

I tried to do my duty by Stein, but I had also other matters to think of.

"But I don't think he will go away from the place," remarked Stein.

Moreover, he returned and set the stein down beside his plate.

Stein is by no means free from errors, and some surprising omissions.

Stein was the chief leader of Prussia from the Frederician into the modern era.

WORD ORIGIN

1855, from German Stein, shortened form of Steinkrug "stone jug," from Stein "stone" (see stone (n.)) + Krug "jug, jar."

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