Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the Grecian island of Ceos: specifically applied to the poet Simonides, born in Ceos in the sixth century b. c.
- n. A native or an inhabitant of Ceos.
“Senators, Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson, urging them to support cean energy legislation.”
“Dauphin Grille is at 1401 O cean Ave. at Sunset Avenue in Asbury Park, and serves lunch 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.”
“Winter nutrient levels (mmol/m3) in the Barents Sea, the Bering Sea (surface and at depths 300 m), and the Southern cean (the Ross and Scotia Seas) .”
“You can try breathing on them then using a soft cloth to cean.”
“They were either climbing the ladder that lead to "animator," or they were on the cean-up side of the equation, cleaning up the animators' rough sometimes very rough drawings.”
“The whites would have been left in the steep Rocky Mountains with no horses and no way of getting food. stiff Pa cif ic O cean melt sharp trip”
“Come, Cathleen, astore (i.e. my dear), begin; no apologies to the cean-kinne. ”
“The caps will rebound from the weight removal while the cean floor will be more compressed from the weight addition.”
“She giggled at Michael's jokes - '' Type O-cean Spray '' - and responded with equally nonsensical banter.”
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