Sardis

[sahr-dis]
Also Sar·des [sahr-deez] /ˈsɑr diz/.
Also called Tarne.
Related formsSar·di·an [sahr-dee-uh n] /ˈsɑr di ən/, noun, adjective
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Examples from the Web for sardis

Historical Examples of sardis

  • But Agesilaus was as good as his word, and at once invaded the district of Sardis.

    Hellenica

    Xenophon

  • The twelfth satrapy, known as the satrapy of Sardis, or of Lydia.

  • It is the 'few names even in Sardis which have not defiled their garments.'

  • He doant find the klime-it here as healthy as it is in Sardis.

    The Red Acorn

    John McElroy

  • The feeling in Sardis against him is strong, and they are hardly willing to do him justice.

    The Red Acorn

    John McElroy


British Dictionary definitions for sardis

Sardis

Sardes (ˈsɑːdiːz)

noun
  1. an ancient city of W Asia Minor: capital of Lydia
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