- a seaport in W Croatia, on the Adriatic: formerly, with surrounding territory, an exclave of Italy.
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Examples from the Web for zadar
They and the British surrounded Zadar, which fell after a siege of six weeks.The Birth of Yugoslavia, Volume 1
On the other hand, at Zadar, they were received in a very friendly fashion.
It remains to be seen how Zadar and the hinterland will serve two masters.
But was the public fully alive to what was happening at Zadar and Šibenik?
Zadar, like other such enclaves, will be dear to the heart of the smuggler.