Definition for pontine (2 of 2)
Related formssub-Pon·tine, adjective
Examples from the Web for pontine
Trajan also began to make roads across the Pontine Marshes, and founded several public libraries.A Smaller History of Rome|William Smith and Eugene Lawrence
The Pontine Marches have long been the worst breeding places for mosquitoes known to a suffering world.
And yet there is nothing desolate or dreary in the aspect of the Pontine Marshes.Rollo in Rome|Jacob Abbott
Cisterna di Roma, a dozen kilometres further on, is a typical hill top town overlooking the Pontine Marshes below.
As it is, he drinks cognac, hunts wild-boars in the Pontine marshes—and paints Samson and Delilah, after models.