Think of him as a kind of cecil rhodes in a loincloth and with bulging muscles.
Among the first to seek a fortune at the diamond fields was cecil rhodes.
From my boyhood the land of cecil rhodes has always held a lure for me.
The foremost horseman was cecil rhodes, looking very big and with a wide red face.
Even so masterful a manipulator of men as cecil rhodes failed with him.
In one of its forms it appealed to the imagination of an Imperialist like cecil rhodes.
Thanks to the foresight of cecil rhodes, Matabeleland was ours.
I paid especial heed to what it said because of its entire disapproval of cecil rhodes and the capitalist gang.
I am the bearer of a message from Lobengula to Mr. cecil rhodes.
But Oriel has had no more dutiful son, if liberality is any measure of dutifulness, than cecil rhodes.
Greek island, one of the Dodecanese, from Greek Rhodos, perhaps from rhodon "rose," or rhoia "pomegranate," but "more likely" [Room] from a pre-Greek name, from Phoenician erod "snake," for the serpents which were said to have anciently infested the island.
a rose, an island to the south of the western extremity of Asia Minor, between Coos and Patara, about 46 miles long and 18 miles broad. Here the apostle probably landed on his way from Greece to Syria (Acts 21:1), on returning from his third missionary journey.