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a cow’s milk cheese, originally made in the canton of Appenzell in Switzerland.
Historical Examples

Such a picture as this, under the cloudless blue of a fortunate May day, makes the heart of the appenzeller light.
Atlantic Monthly, Volume 20, No. 118, August, 1887 Various

Elated by their succession of triumphs the hardy appenzeller rushed on to new victories.
The Story of Switzerland Lina Hug

Cartright, appenzeller, and Wood occupied the other side, back of the driver.
The Brighton Boys in the Trenches James R. Driscoll

In the appenzeller district, true, one may encounter apparently lazy men.
Switzerland Frank Fox

Get out those trench tools, appenzeller, and give me a pick!
The Brighton Boys in the Trenches James R. Driscoll


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