centurion

[ sen-too r-ee-uh n, -tyoo r- ]
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He talked with a centurion, who told him, "With a great price I obtained this freedom."

The centurion sent to take him alive arrived before he expired.

A military officer, a centurion or captain of a hundred men, was stationed there.

And here the centurion found the overseer, and talked with him long and earnestly.

My master's farm—a veteran of the first war—a centurion—the Numidians.

Let us take the case of this first Centurion, and see if it will tell us.

He was a captain, or, as it was styled in those days, a centurion.

I have lost the confidence of the centurion to whom I sold you.

The Centurion, therefore, fired a gun to leeward in order to amuse her.

A centurion or other officer in the army of Piso crossing to Macedonia.

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