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Cilician

/ sɪˈlɪʃɪən /

adjective

  1. of or relating to Cilicia (an ancient region of SE Asia Minor) or its inhabitants


noun

  1. a native or inhabitant of Cilicia
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Example Sentences

On his way, Csar underwent the second great peril of his life by being captured by Cilician pirates.

Then Demetrius, the Cilician, an austere man of sixty, told how he also had built up his mighty wealth.

When his term of office was over, the most pressing thing to be done was to put down the Cilician pirates.

The famous pass called the 'Cilician Gates' was traversed by a high-road through the gorge into Cappadocia.

Cælius troubles him much afterward by renewed requests for Cilician panthers wanted for Ædilian shows.

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