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Rameses

[ram-uh-seez] /ˈræm əˌsiz/
noun
1.
Ramses (def 1).
2.
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  • His plough had been little improved since the days of Rameses.

    The Age of Invention Holland Thompson
  • The miners of Rameses' time, too, used methods of great antiquity.

  • The temple, which was left unfinished, was completed by Rameses II.

    The Critic in the Orient George Hamlin Fitch
  • The colossal head of another statue of Rameses was found near by.

    The Critic in the Orient George Hamlin Fitch
  • Rameses appears to have had most of the evil traits of the arbitrary despot.

    The Critic in the Orient George Hamlin Fitch
  • And they built for Pharaoh the store-cities, Pithom and Rameses.

    The Children's Bible Henry A. Sherman
  • I positively refused, as Rameses had required the report at my hands, and not at his.

    Uarda, Complete Georg Ebers
  • "You have the wife—let the horses go," said Rameses soothingly.

    Uarda, Complete Georg Ebers
  • Here in Pelusium you welcome Rameses as if he were a God, and he accepts the honor.

    Uarda, Complete Georg Ebers
  • Rameses did not observe the Regent's dismay, for he had signed to Mena to come closer to him.

    Uarda, Complete Georg Ebers
British Dictionary definitions for Rameses

Rameses

/ˈræmɪˌsiːz/
noun
1.
same as Ramses
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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