Char, chr, n. a small fish of the salmon kind, found in mountain lakes and rivers.
On the day after his arrival he made the acquaintance of the violinist, chr.
For the popular assemblies of the Romans, an antiquarian essay by chr.
I am a man of low caste, ignorant of ceremonial cleanness (chr).
Another peculiarity of the Frankish dialect was the change of hl at the beginning of a name into cl or chl, and hr into cr or chr.
Thence back again, entertaining myself upon my sliding rule with great content, and called at Woolwich, where Mr. chr.
The 1876 text gives only the expanded (Roman script) form of words in chr-.
Heart disease was chr's means of becoming introduced to science fiction.
Then she went back to her own chr ami, who wasn't in the least disturbed.
For many years he had been repeatedly solicited in the most irresistible words by Mr. chr.