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  • noun Plural form of seidel.


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  • Such a round fat red pleasant beer-drinking face as reminded me only and immediately of huge meerschaum pipes, Deutsche Verein mottos, sudsy seidels of Wurtzburger, and Jacob Wirth's (once upon a time) brachwurst.

    The Enormous Room 1928

  • Such extraordinarily huge reddish hands as might have grasped six seidels together in the Deutsche

    The Enormous Room 1928

  • _Hasenpfeffer_, noodles, sauerkraut, _Wiener Schnitzel_ ... drinking seidels of beer.

    The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten 1922

  • And thus the evening breeze, come hither through the reeds and cypress from over the purpling Havel hills beyond, takes on an added perfume, an added bouquet, as it transports itself to the sniffer over to the hurrying _krebs-suppen_ and thick brown-gravied platters and dewy seidels.

    Europe After 8:15 George Jean Nathan 1920


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