an inhabitant of Icaria.
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How to use Icarian in a sentence
A generation later, a dashing French socialist named Etienne Cabet founded the Icarian Nation in Illinois.
His body was never recovered, but that part of the sea was afterwards called the Icarian Sea.Stories of Old Greece and Rome | Emilie Kip Baker
His Icarian mind had determined—his large but supple body had executed them.The Boy with Wings | Berta Ruck
The work is done by a prudent division of labor, as in the Icarian community.
Of these, two only are political, the Icarian and the Cedar Vale, while the rest are religious.
He could no longer sustain himself, and was drowned in that sea which is called Icarian, from his name.The Student's Mythology | Catherine Ann White
British Dictionary definitions for Icarian (1 of 2)
of or relating to Icarus
British Dictionary definitions for Icarian (2 of 2)
of or relating to Icaria or its inhabitants
an inhabitant of Icaria
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