- 1A Belorussian.More example sentences
- The grammatical treatises of the time..are mainly the work of non-Russian scholars - White Russians and Ukrainians.
- 1.1An opponent of the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War.More example sentences
- Perhaps this mixture comes from her background - her grandfather was a White Russian (her real name is Ilyena Lydia Mironoff), her mother a working-class English girl from Pimlico.
- 2A cocktail made of vodka, coffee liqueur, and milk served on ice.More example sentences
- Jonnie Daniels tells me a White Russian is equal quantities of Vodka, Kahlua and milk.
- At one point a couple came in, ordered drinks - a White Russian for him, champagne for her.
- I do not drink any cocktails more complicated than Jack and Coke or a White Russian.
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- 1Belorussian.More example sentences
- In the latter part of the seventeenth century the influence of the White Russian and Ukrainian scholars and writers began to be felt.
- 1.1Of or relating to the opponents of the Bolsheviks.More example sentences
- By the end of 1930s, the Corps was an international force, with American, English, Scottish, Chinese, Italian, Jewish, Portuguese, Filipino and White Russian units.
- Its leader was a German Jew, Richard Kauder, who worked with two White Russian émigrés, Anton Turkul and Ilya Lang.
- Dunne, a silver-voiced soprano with aristocratic pretensions equal to any White Russian, had a great time in the role.
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