How Do You Spell KASPAR?

Correct spelling for the English word "Kaspar" is [k_ˈa_s_p_ɑː], [kˈaspɑː], [kˈaspɑː]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Usage Examples for KASPAR

  1. To humor her pose she said they had been looking up the scene of Kaspar Hauser's death at Ansbach and at this the stranger launched into such intimate particulars concerning him and was so familiar at first hands with the facts of his life that Mrs March let her run on too much amused with her pretensions to betray any doubt of her - "Their Silver Wedding Journey" by William Dean Howells
  2. Take away the Church and try to draw up a course of lessons satisfactory to the minds even of girls under eighteen and at every turn a thoughtful question may be critical and the explanations in the hands of a non Catholic teacher scarcely less futile than the efforts of old Kaspar to satisfy young Peterkin about the battle of Blenheim - "The Education of Catholic Girls" by Janet Erskine Stuart
  3. Kaspar Evig was courting Mademoiselle Eva Salomon the daughter of the old picture dealer in the Rue de Jericho - "The Man-Wolf and Other Tales" by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian
  4. In a second he had knocked against Paolo and Paolo had begun to slip too so that both were pulling with all their weight against Kaspar and the others in front - "Philistia" by Grant Allen
  5. Vague rumours of the great victory had penetrated to the wilds of Essex but where Blenheim was and what the victory was all about the rustics knew as little as Old Kaspar of the immortal ballad of later days - "Tom Tufton's Travels" by Evelyn Everett-Green