OTHER WORDS FROM silvansil·van·i·ty [sil-van-i-tee], /sɪlˈvæn ɪ ti/, noun
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How to use silvan in a sentence
In the light of day the silvan gods and goddesses looked specially uncomfortable, for want of a little foliage.
Within this silvan palace the most important personages present were invited to hold high festival.The Fair Maid of Perth|Sir Walter Scott
A dictionary on a large scale was planned by D. Silvan Evans and subsidized by the government.
Silvan, sil′van, adj. pertaining to woods, woody: inhabiting woods.
Morto had his private reasons for losing no love upon Silvan, and Megan hers of a similar nature.Through Welsh Doorways|Jeannette Augustus Marks