/ (ˈtʌskjʊlən) /
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of or relating to the ancient Italian city of Tusculum or its inhabitants
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How to use Tusculan in a sentence
In the first he encounters his brother Quintus at his Tusculan villa, and there listens to him discoursing in favor of religion.
The Tusculan Inquiries had followed, in which he had set forth, in five books, the five great rules of living well.
I do not recollect if, when he wrote his 'Tusculan Disputations', his own Tullia was dead.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
The Tusculan atriolum was decorated with stucco reliefs on the walls, like those in the tombs on the Latin Road.Old Rome|Robert Burn
In this manner he now spent five days at his Tusculan villa in discussing with his friends the several questions just mentioned.Cicero's Tusculan Disputations|Marcus Tullius Cicero