Definition of rhein:
Rhine, Rhine River.
There are many young Germans who will wake out of such dreams when they get back to Dusseldorf and Bingen- am- Rhein, searching back in their hearts to find a denial of the deeds which have become incredible after their awakening from the nightmare.- "The Soul of the War", Philip Gibbs.
The tremendous cleft through which the well- known Via Mala is carried receives, every year, from its own crumbling walls and from the Hinter Rhein and its mild tributaries, enormous quantities of rock, in blocks and boulders.- "The Earth as Modified by Human Action", George P. Marsh.
All this was thrilling, but the term of it, by our consecrated custom, already in view; we were transferred at a bound, for the rest of that summer of 1860, to the care, respectively, of a pair of kindly pedagogues at Bonn- am- Rhein; as to which rapid phase I find remembrance again lively, with a letter or two of William's to reinforce it.- "Notes of a Son and Brother", Henry James.