/ (ˌæbɪˈsɪnɪən) /
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a native or inhabitant of Abyssinia
of or relating to Abyssinia or its inhabitants
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How to use Abyssinian in a sentence
In The Abyssinian he tells the story of a diplomatic mission from Louis XIV of France to the King of Abyssinia.The Thief of Words: Starling Lawrence|Jill Bialosky|October 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Since 1996, Bolding has been director of the Chancel Choir (renamed The Inspirational Voices of Abyssinian in 2008).Women in the World Speakers|The Daily Beast|March 8, 2010|DAILY BEAST
In the course of a year or so's wandering in Abyssinia he had learned both ancient and modern Abyssinian.War in the Garden of Eden|Kermit Roosevelt
Don Christopher wintered in the city of Ofar, waiting the arrival of the Abyssinian emperor.
De Cuna with his forty men were too far off to join the Abyssinian emperor at this time.
It rises in the Abyssinian highlands, receives several large tributaries, and enters the Nile about 18 N.
There were imitation Abyssinian trophies on the walls, lances and daggers and shields of lathe and cardboard and painted paper.Olive in Italy|Moray Dalton