[ at-lan-tee-uhn, -luhn- ]
/ ˌæt lænˈti ən, -lən- /
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pertaining to the demigod Atlas.
having the strength of Atlas: He was of monumental girth and Atlantean power.
pertaining to Atlantis.
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Words nearby Atlantean
Atkins, Atkinson, Atl., Atlanta, atlantal, Atlantean, atlantes, Atlantic, Atlantic Charter, Atlantic City, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
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How to use Atlantean in a sentence
I am, however, not enamoured of the Atlantean or any other theory.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
"We've gained a short passage," gasped the Atlantean wrenching off his helmet and breast plate.
Nelson was vastly relieved to get a glimpse of Alden far in the lead, almost beside the Atlantean Prince.
As he watched the departure, color drained from the Atlantean prince's haggard features.
The Atlantean day was divided into six divisions of four hours each; due to the flame suns there was no sunrise or sunset.
British Dictionary definitions for Atlantean
/ (ˌætlænˈtiːən, ætˈlæntɪən) /
literary of, relating to, or like Atlas; extremely strong
of or connected with Atlantis
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