Gratian

[grey-shee-uh n, -shuh n]
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Historical Examples of gratian

  • Now that Gratian was married, she had become a great responsibility.

    Saint's Progress

    John Galsworthy

  • Gratian hasn't got out yet: It takes a long time to get trained.

    Saint's Progress

    John Galsworthy

  • Gratian answered that she could get week-end leave, and would come on Friday.

    Saint's Progress

    John Galsworthy

  • Pierson was conscious of Gratian walking past him out of the room.

    Saint's Progress

    John Galsworthy

  • Gratian went towards her, but stopped, and sat down on the bed.

    Saint's Progress

    John Galsworthy


British Dictionary definitions for gratian

Gratian

noun
  1. Latin name Flavius Gratianus. 359–383 ad, Roman emperor (367–383): ruled with his father Valentinian I (367–375); ruled the Western Roman Empire with his brother Valentinian II (375-83); appointed Theodosius I emperor of the Eastern Roman Empire (379)
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