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Alternative clues for the word braun

1909 Physics Nobelist

Oscillograph inventor Karl

Brand of razors and coffee makers

Big name in razors

Big name in coffee makers

Norelco competitor

United States rocket engineer (born in Germany where he designed a missile used against England)

He led the United States Army team that put the first American satellite into space (1912-1977)

Von ___, rocket scientist

Hitler's mistress

Oscillograph inventor

Wernher von ___, rocket engineer

Word definitions for braun in dictionaries

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
German manufacturing company, named for founder Max Braun, mechanical engineer in Frankfurt am Main (1921).

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Braun GmbH ( ; ), formerly Braun AG , is a German consumer products company based in Kronberg . From 1984 until 2007, Braun was a wholly owned subsidiary of The Gillette Company , which had purchased a controlling interest in the company in 1967. Braun...

Usage examples of braun.

Dennoch konnte er, recht deutlich, auf seiner Brust einen kleinen braunen Vogel sitzen sehen.

Licht fiel auf seinen starken braunen Nacken, auf den Rand aus dunklerem Braun, der ihn umringte, wie getrocknetes Blut.

One of the reporters, a man named Downs from Aces magazine, was up here earlier, trying to get Braun to consent to an interview.

Braun first faked a suicide in Germany, and then when that died down he planned these hangars in the Black Forest where the Brandenburg and the Ludendorff were first taken and refitted for bombing.

It was enough to tell Braun he was driving to Vienna once Grant and Avril were safely away.

Braun seemed to be away from Huntsville most of the time: in Washington to testify before Congress, in Chicago to speak before large assemblies of scientists, or in the smallest Tennessee town to explain to local businessmen the significance of the new science.

It depends on people like Glancey and me and the Vice-President to keep it funded, and the best thing we have going for us is not Wernher von Braun, good as he is, or brilliant men like you and Kolff.

I shall complain to Marshal Braun, who gave me the passport for posting, knowing that I had not the political passport.

He paid his court to the Countess Braun, but he had rivals there who were not afraid of him.

The general, an engineer and not a scientist, was in charge of building the great A-4 rockets which the scientific genius, young Wernher von Braun, had devised, and the job was not an easy one, for whenever General Breutzl had a production line nicely started, Von Braun altered the specifications, requiring a complete reorientation of machines and men.

He was a constant courtier of the Countess Braun, the reigning beauty, and everyone believed his love had been crowned with success, though no one could assert as much positively.

Braun stared into his display, watching the battlecruisers as Argive swung directly away from them.

Alistairs Reisegefährtin sah ihm, noch ganz benommen, aus großen braunen Augen dabei zu.

Die Sache mit dem braunen Schleier stand im läppisch geschriebenen Vorwort.

Das Pferd blickte ihn aus großen braunen Augen an und ließ keine feindselige Regung erkennen.