transatlantic

[ trans-uh t-lan-tik, tranz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF transatlantic

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Our Transatlantic neighbors have also, by this time, discovered theirs.

The reference to the 'Bullgine' seems to suggest Transatlantic origin.

Such were the transatlantic workings of the paternalism of Versailles.

So it has been with our greatest, so it must be with the rest of them, or we shall have a Transatlantic literature.

The transatlantic point of view towards the nobility was beyond him.

A training in transatlantic liberty is necessary for their appreciation.

Three of these lines are transatlantic; the Collins, the Havre, and the Bremen.

From this Mr. Palford gathered that one of the transatlantic jokes had been made.

According to Gunter, is a phrase in continual Transatlantic use.

Every one had a well-worn path to the Transatlantic Banking Company.

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