Carmania

[ kahr-mey-nee-uh ]

noun
  1. a province of the ancient Persian empire, on the Gulf of Oman.

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How to use Carmania in a sentence

  • They were up early and after breakfast took a taxi again and went on board the Carmania, which was to sail at ten.

    The Blind Lion of the Congo | Elliott Whitney
  • After the fall spent in America in raising the necessary funds, it was the now famous Carmania which carried us to England.

    A Labrador Doctor | Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • Mustapha was Governor of Carmania, and Roxalana managed skilfully to insinuate that he was plotting to usurp the throne.

  • The largest guns that either ship had were four-inch, the Carmania having slight advantage on the score of number.

    Stories of the Ships | Lewis R. Freeman
  • As it was, it was necessary to head the Carmania 'down the wind' to reduce the draught fanning the flames.

    Stories of the Ships | Lewis R. Freeman