[at-lan-tee-uh n, -luh n-]
- pertaining to the demigod Atlas.
- having the strength of Atlas: He was of monumental girth and Atlantean power.
- pertaining to Atlantis.
Origin of Atlantean
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There was a sharp question from the Atlantean who had spoken before.
I am, however, not enamoured of the Atlantean or any other theory.Archaic England
From behind he could hear the infuriated shouts of the Atlantean army.
The writer was once in a studio where a man, six feet two inches in height, with atlantean shoulders, was sitting for King Alfred.The Germ
The book was written by one Deucalion, who seems to have been a priest or general—or perhaps both—and he was an Atlantean.The Lost Continent
C. J. Cutcliffe Hyne
- literary of, relating to, or like Atlas; extremely strong
- of or connected with Atlantis
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