/ (ˈmɪsɪən) /

  1. of or relating to Mysia, an ancient region in Asia Minor, or its inhabitants

  1. a native or inhabitant of Mysia

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How to use Mysian in a sentence

  • During this time there was produced in the Mysian Olympos a boar of monstrous size.

  • The lofty, wooded ranges of the Mysian Olympus lay before us, and our day's work was to pass them.

    The Lands of the Saracen | Bayard Taylor
  • The next performer was a Mysian, who danced, again in armor, what we should call a pas seul.

    Callias | Alfred John Church
  • He is found by Tecmessa and by his half-brother Teucer, who has returned too late from a raid in the Mysian highlands.

  • It was one of the enchanting strains of Olympus the Mysian; and every heart yielded to its influence.

    Philothea | Lydia Maria Child