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Examples from the Web for xenia
"They are very kind to me," replies Xenia Sabaroff, in English which has absolutely no foreign accent.
Xenia Sabaroff makes a little polite gesture expressive of entire indifference to the change in these titles.
She is very fond of Xenia Sabaroff: she has a great many warm attachments to women who help to make her house attractive.
One was "Chillicothe," standing near the mouth of Massie's creek, three miles north of Xenia.Life of Tecumseh, and of His Brother the Prophet|Benjamin Drake
Xenia Sabaroff goes towards the large library, her silvery train catching the lights and shadows as she goes.
British Dictionary definitions for xenia
Word Origin for xenia
Word Origin and History for xenia
city in Ohio, from Greek xenia "hospitality," literally "state of a guest," from xenos "guest" (see guest). Founded 1803 and named by vote of a town meeting, on suggestion of the Rev. Robert Armstrong to suggest friendliness and hospitality.