OTHER WORDS FROM Elizabethanhalf-E·liz·a·be·than, adjectivepost-E·liz·a·be·than, adjectivepro-E·liz·a·be·than, adjectivepseu·do-E·liz·a·be·than, adjective, noun
Example sentences from the Web for elizabethan
The new sequel, Shadow of Night, actually takes Diana back in time to Elizabethan England.Deborah Harkness’s Book Bag: Five Otherworldly Reads|Deborah Harkness|July 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
When the Queen of England began her reign in 1953, her countrymen declared a new Elizabethan Age.
There are several good Elizabethan mansions, as that at Laund in the E. of the county.
The history of the Elizabethan Prayer-Book is confessedly obscure.A History of the Reformation (Vol. 2 of 2)|Thomas M. Lindsay
The tomb and effigy of the Prior of Wombridge, 1526, and some Elizabethan monuments are in the chancel.The Motor Routes of England|Gordon Home
Only twenty lines in length, it stated that a stone bearing both Elizabethan and Indian carving had been found on the nearby farm.The Wishing Well|Mildred A. Wirt
We expect to see the time when we shall read the Elizabethan dramatists with avidity.Imaginary Interviews|W. D. Howells