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Words nearby megalopolis
Example sentences from the Web for megalopolis
Experts believe Zionist vision of spreading out population to be replaced by megalopolis.
It felt as if the entire population of megalopolis Tokyo was on the streets at once.
Timolaus twice journeyed to Megalopolis for this express purpose, without daring to say a word to Philopoemen about it.
He then attired it in a purple robe, placed a garland upon its head, and sent it to the city of Megalopolis.
He invaded the territory of Megalopolis, carried off a large booty, and laid waste a large extent of country.
At last, as the others in wonder bade him tell them the cause of his grief, he said that Megalopolis had been ruined by Kleomenes.
This Akrotatus was defeated and slain near the city of Megalopolis by the despot Aristodemus, leaving his wife pregnant.
British Dictionary definitions for megalopolis
Derived forms of megalopolismegalopolitan (ˌmɛɡələˈpɒlɪtən), adjective, noun
Word Origin for megalopolis
Cultural definitions for megalopolis
A vast stretch of developed industrial urban area, such as the East Coast of the United States from Boston to Washington, D.C., or the Ruhr Valley in Germany. Megalopolis is from Greek words meaning “great city.”