[ ih-troor-ee-uh ]
/ ɪˈtrʊər i ə /
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an ancient country located between the Arno and Tiber rivers, roughly corresponding to modern Tuscany in W Italy.
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Words nearby Etruria
etorphine, étouffée, Etr., étrier, etrog, Etruria, Etruscan, Etruscan ware, Etruscology, ETS, et seq.
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How to use Etruria in a sentence
Rome, during these days, was contending on a position of near equality with the neighboring cities of Latium and Etruria.
While traveling to and from this province he was forcibly impressed by the industrial and economic conditions in Etruria.
It was Etruria that produced not only Dante, but also a galaxy of great men such as no other part of Europe has presented.Archaic England|Harold Bayley
Fanny wants to know “what you are gone for,” and endeavors to pronounce Etruria.Mary Wollstonecraft|Elizabeth Robins Pennell
There lack'd not men of prowess, nor men of lordly race; For all Etruria's noblest were round the fatal place.The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886|Ministry of Education
British Dictionary definitions for Etruria
/ (ɪˈtrʊərɪə) /
an ancient country of central Italy, between the Rivers Arno and Tiber, roughly corresponding to present-day Tuscany and part of Umbria
a factory established in Staffordshire by Josiah Wedgwood in 1769
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