a ruined city in N Greece, NW of Salonika: the capital of ancient Macedonia; birthplace of Alexander the Great.
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How to use Pella in a sentence
Breitbart told The Daily Beast this was his first trip to Iowa and that he found Pella “positively charming.”
Two of those starring in the film, Andrew Breitbart and Tammy Bruce, also were on hand in Pella for the premiere.
Mr. Ebner had been sent from Pella, and had been labouring for a short time previous to his visit to the Cape in 1817.Robert Moffat | David J. Deane
But we are going exactly in the opposite direction, my worthy friend; we are going to the island, and to Pella.A Rent In A Cloud | Charles James Lever
But she remembered Joseph of Pella, the shepherd; even then his wholesomeness was not without its canker.The City of Delight | Elizabeth Miller
British Dictionary definitions for Pella
an ancient city in N Greece: the capital of Macedonia under Philip II
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