The boat—this floating church of Morrissey, this lusitanian of sadness—is sold out.
All this, however, will be more fully referred to in the seventh chapter, which deals with the lusitanian fauna.
Caroline remarked, hitherto a passive listener to these lusitanian contes.
“Yet it speaks of the bygone magnificence of the once proud lusitanian,” answered the poet.
The more western districts of this lusitanian zone are not so disagreeable.
From the Romans the lusitanian received his first lessons in agriculture—lessons which have never been entirely superseded.
These are all of lusitanian origin, and do not occur in Central Europe.
Sweeter to Margaret than lusitanian nectar such as Chianti yields was her drink of barley water.
Of the true lusitanian mammals a typical example is the Rabbit.
Platyarthrus is only one of the lusitanian genera of woodlice.
Latin name of a region roughly corresponding to modern Portugal; in modern use, allusive or poetic for "Portugal." The Cunard ocean liner (sister ship of the Mauretania and Aquitania, also named after Roman Atlantic coastal provinces) was launched in 1906, torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U-20 on May 7, 1915.
A British passenger ship sunk by a German submarine off the coast of Ireland in 1915. Germany, then at war with Britain but not with the United States (see World War I), had warned Americans against traveling on the ship. More than a hundred Americans died in the sinking. The incident worsened relations between Germany and the United States and encouraged American involvement in the war.