Definition for amman (2 of 2)
Related formsJor·da·ni·an [jawr-dey-nee-uh n] /dʒɔrˈdeɪ ni ən/, noun, adjectivepro-Jor·dan, adjective
Examples from the Web for amman
“When I was younger I wanted to learn Hebrew,” 23-year-old Palestinian named Yamen told me recently in Amman, Jordan.Israel’s Murdered Teenagers and Dying Hopes for Peace|Sarah Shourd|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In Amman in the midst of the Iraq War, I had dinner one night with the great Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish.
In an effort to save his doomed mission, he hopped on a helicopter from Amman to Ramallah.
They must advocate for the very thing their photo ops in Amman implied, infrastructural integration and political interdependence.Israelis and Palestinians: Getting Down To Business|Bernard Avishai|June 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Longstanding Marine outreach efforts to tribal leaders, including in Amman, were finally paying off.
Here I found that the General had gone on to direct the operations which were then in progress round Amman.With the Judans in the Palestine Campaign|J. H. (John Henry) Patterson
The country between the Jordan and Amman offered many obstacles to our advance.With the British Army in The Holy Land|Henry Osmond Lock
Greetings, Colonel, it seems a long time since last we met in Amman.Border, Breed Nor Birth|Dallas McCord Reynolds
Similar enclosures are found at Gerasa, Amman and other Syrian towns.
Various other editions in German followed, with cuts by Amman.The Grotesque in Church Art|T. Tindall Wildridge