Trient









Trient


Trient noun

  1. the German name for Trento Also: Trent

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  • So he dressed himself up in his best, put a plume in his hat and a flower in his button-hole, and went off to Trient.

    Household stories from the Land of Hofer

    R. H. Busk

  • The village of Trient is in a romantic situation, but has not the same attractions as Valorsine.

    A tour through some parts of France, Switzerland, Savoy, Germany and Belgium

    Richard Boyle Bernard

  • This done they sped over the pleasant Fleimserthal and Cembrathal to Trient.

    Household stories from the Land of Hofer

    R. H. Busk

  • “I, Pangrazio Clamer of Trient,” said a somewhat tremulous voice.

    Household stories from the Land of Hofer

    R. H. Busk

  • The bed of the Fersina is elevated high above the city of Trient, which lies near it.

    Man and Nature

    George P. Marsh

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