/ (ˌkɑːθəˈdʒɪnɪən) /
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of or relating to Carthage or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Carthage
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Words nearby Carthaginian
Cartesian doubt, Cartesian product, Cartesian space, cartful, Carthage, Carthaginian, Carthaginian peace, cart horse, Carthusian, Cartier, Cartier-Bresson
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How to use Carthaginian in a sentence
His great-grandfather was the Cato of "Carthago delenda est," the driver of the third Carthaginian war.Who Was the Real Cato?|David Frum|December 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Those of them who had been sent by the Roman government, Scipio orders the Carthaginian envoys to be released.
From this place he sent to the Carthaginian general, informing him that he was ready to meet him, and discuss matters with him.
He, a descendant of the companion of Aeneas, to fear the Carthaginian sword!
"Perolla is a good Carthaginian to-day," shouted one of his fellows.
Surely this could not be the Carthaginian method of announcing judgment or execution!