Also basilican, basilical. of, relating to, or like a basilica.
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How to use basilic in a sentence
The apse was developed from the somewhat similar part of the Roman basilic, in which the magistrate (prtor) sat.
Some hardness could here be felt in the course of the basilic vein.On the origin of inflammation of the veins | Henry Lee
Some blood taken from the basilic and femoral veins was likewise sown.Louis Pasteur | Ren Vallery-Radot
The paving recalls the style of the basilic of the primitive times.Rambles in Rome | S. Russell Forbes
The basilic with its mysterious aspect, its grandeur, was connected with the life itself of the city, and could inspire a painter.The Conquest of Bread | Peter Kropotkin