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  • adj. Relating to the Cabeiri; Cabiric.

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Examples

  • Sweet Charity was adapted from Fellini's Nights of Cabiria, but it wasn't very Cabirian by the time Coleman, Simon, Verdon, and Bob Fosse were through with it.

    Broadway's Last Good Time

  • Cabirian gods were worshipped; this cult, shrouded in deep mystery to even the initiates themselves, has remained an almost insoluble problem for the modern critic.

    Peace

  • [281] An island in the Aegean Sea, on the coast of Thrace and opposite the mouth of the Hebrus; the Mysteries are said to have found their first home in this island, where the Cabirian gods were worshipped; this cult, shrouded in deep mystery to even the initiates themselves, has remained an almost insoluble problem for the modern critic.

    The Eleven Comedies, Volume 1

  • On proceeding to the diftance of twenty-five ftadia from hence, you will fee a grove of Cabirian Ceres and Proferplne, into which the uninitiated are not permitted to enter.

    The Description of Greece

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