noun, plural re·ti·ar·i·i [ree-shee-air-ee-ahy, -air-ee-ee] /ˌri ʃiˈɛər iˌaɪ, -ˈɛər iˌi/. Roman History.
Origin of retiarius
Examples from the Web for retiarius
Historical Examples of retiarius
In the distance is the retiarius, who must fight Hyppolitus in his turn.Museum of Antiquity
L. W. Yaggy
The arm of the retiarius was covered on a sudden with blood, and his net dropped.Quo Vadis
Everybody had recalled or been reminded of her rescue of the retiarius.
Everybody knew of my rescue of the retiarius, thousands had seen me rescue him.
An American football player in full armour resembles a deep-sea diver or a Roman retiarius more than anything else.The Land of Contrasts
James Fullarton Muirhead