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/ siˈvɑs /
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a city in central Turkey.
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Words nearby Sivas
Sivaism, Sivaji, Sivan, Sivananda yoga, Sivapithecus, Sivas, Sivash Sea, Siwalik Hills, siwash, six, sixain
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How to use Sivas in a sentence
After a time I found the performances rather wearisome, and not nearly so varied and interesting as the “siva-sivas” in Samoa.Wanderings Among South Sea Savages And in Borneo and the Philippines|H. Wilfrid Walker
A couple of days later the news would have spread to Konia, Angora, and Sivas.The New World of Islam|Lothrop Stoddard
Plans were being made for the installation of an electric-light plant at Sivas, but the undertaking has been stopped by the war.Supplement to Commerce Reports Daily Consular and Trade Reports|Leslie A. Davis
Below Sivas it flows south to the latitude of Kaisarieh, and then curves gradually round to the north.
With 758 the exception of Sivas, no town of importance lies in the valley of the Kizil Irmak throughout its course of over 600 m.
British Dictionary definitions for Sivas
/ (Turkish ˈsivɑs) /
a city in central Turkey, at an altitude of 1347 m (4420 ft): one of the chief cities in Asia Minor in ancient times; scene of the national congress (1919) leading to the revolution that established modern Turkey. Pop: 266 000 (2005 est)
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