Definition of Antioch
OTHER WORDS FROM AntiochAn·ti·o·chi·an [an-tee-oh-kee-uhn], /ˌæn tiˈoʊ ki ən/, noun, adjective
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How to use Antioch in a sentence
At Antioch, she also became active in the college NAACP chapter, and in 1948 she campaigned for Henry Wallace, the Progressive Party’s candidate for president.The public has underestimated the radicalism of Martin Luther King Jr.’s early work|Victoria Wolcott|January 17, 2022|Washington Post
Gregg, the driver who moved from the Bay Area city of Antioch to Modesto during the pandemic, was conflicted as he learned about all Uber was doing to bring drivers back into the fold.
Federal agents searched the home of a possible person of interest in the Nashville suburb of Antioch Saturday, per multiple reports.
At Pisidian Antioch, as regularly in the cities that he visited, Paul entered first into the synagogue.A Brief Bible History|James Oscar Boyd
They had just come out under the arched gateway through the thick walls of the Roman city of Antioch-in-Pisidia.
The aqueduct was standing there in 1914, when the author was at Antioch-in-Pisidia (now called Yalowatch).
I will jump way back now, go backward a little bit to your pre-Antioch College period of activity.Warren Commission (9 of 26): Hearings Vol. IX (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
While it was a Roman colony and connected with Galatian Antioch, it was aside from the great highways of commerce.Biblical Geography and History|Charles Foster Kent