Thesaurus / cyprian

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Cyprian, at any rate, seemed neither startled nor embarrassed by the error into which the good lady had fallen.

Cyprian had a great deal of trouble with them; but he dealt wisely in the matter, and at length had the comfort of settling it.

Sketches of Church HistoryJames Craigie Robertson

One peak, the Troados, formerly the Cyprian Olympus, reared a snow-covered crown.

CyprusFranz von Lher

I have discovered the long-sought idol of my dreams; and like the Cyprian sculptor, I have breathed life into my own imaginings.'

The Last Days of PompeiiEdward George Bulwer-Lytton

I would have had another of our Cyprian nobles, because of this jealousy of Venice.

The Royal Pawn of VeniceMrs. Lawrence Turnbull

The governor took his seat, and required Cyprian to sacrifice to the gods.

Sketches of Church HistoryJames Craigie Robertson

The Donatists were quite justified in appealing to Cyprian, that is, in one of his two aspects.

They felt that, in the language of Cyprian, the souls true Fatherland is on high.

The Catacombs of RomeWilliam Henry Withrow

His father was one of a troupe of Ephesian pantomimists, and his mother a golden-haired Cyprian dancer.

In a very short time Cyprian Eveleth was on his way to Boston.

The Guardian AngelOliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

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