My only feelings were a desire to kick schnitzel heavily, but for schnitzel to suspect that was impossible.
Nothing of importance had been unearthed except in the suitcase of schnitzel.
Wolfson faced about again and essayed to tackle his schnitzel.
Have you any reason for believing that it was schnitzel who stole them?
The schnitzel turned to leather in my mouth, the beer seemed tepid; I left the Emmenthaler untasted.
Fernando was a man who had almost as little to say as had schnitzel.
With this wealth of material to draw from, schnitzel has constructed a work that is nearly perfect in form.
If schnitzel attempted to go near it, he would fight him away from it.
Saluting, schnitzel wheeled and walked briskly from the room.
schnitzel was smiling to himself with a smile of complete self-satisfaction.
veal cutlet, 1854, from German Schnitzel "cutlet," literally "a slice," with -el, diminutive suffix + Schnitz "a cut, slice" (+ -el, diminutive suffix), from schnitzen "to carve," frequentative of schneiden "to cut," from Old High German snidan, cognate with Old English sniþan "to cut," from Proto-Germanic *snitt-ja-, from PIE root *sneit- "to cut."