• Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Westphalian west-fā′li-an pertaining to Westphalia, a duchy, a kingdom, and now a province of Prussia
    • n Westphalian a native of Westphalia
    • ***


In literature:

In 1734 the war was renewed; and Theodore, a Westphalian baron, then appeared upon the stage.
"The Life of Horatio Lord Nelson" by Robert Southey
Preliminaries signed, and all my Westphalian Provinces left in a condition we shall hear of] continue to betray.
"History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XX. (of XXI.) Frederick The Great--Friedrich is not to be Overwhelmed: The Seven-Years War Gradually Ends--25th April, 1760-15th February, 1763." by Thomas Carlyle
Devilled slices of Westphalian Cold ham.
"The Lady of the Shroud" by Bram Stoker
It is stated, for example, to be very common among the Westphalian peasantry.
"Clairvoyance" by Charles Webster Leadbeater
But whoever would now clench their hands at this, let them beware of raising them against the Westphalian peace.
"Pictures of German Life in the XVth XVIth and XVIIth Centuries, Vol. II." by Gustav Freytag
This rent in the mountain is called the Westphalian Gate.
"Stories of the Olden Time" by Various
The Westphalians answered him like children.
"Two Royal Foes" by Eva Madden
Bielefeld is the centre of the Westphalian linen industry.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 7" by Various
The Christian unions are strongest in the Rhine valley and the Westphalian mining districts.
"Socialism and Democracy in Europe" by Samuel P. Orth
Of the fine Westphalian, Renatus?
"In the Year '13" by Fritz Reuter

In news:

Rosana du Park, a 2005 bay selle francais mare (Kannan x Quinine de Livoye) and Big Smile, a 2006 grey Westphalian mare (Cartano x Hors de la Loi II) have joined the stables at Artisan Farms.
Charles Hill on the decline of American power and the Westphalian world order.