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  • adjective Of or pertaining to Cynthia.

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Examples

  • [ "He plays on his learned lute a verse such as Cynthian Apollo modulates with his imposed fingers."

    The Essays of Montaigne — Complete

  • [ "He plays on his learned lute a verse such as Cynthian Apollo modulates with his imposed fingers."

    The Essays of Montaigne — Volume 13

  • Cynthian hill hard by a palm-tree by the streams of Inopus.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • Also, they were entering habitation, and soon a Cynthian was bound to notice him aloft.

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  • Her captain had said she was made of Terran and Cynthian woods, which Daedalan organisms did not attack, and driven by an electric engine.

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  • Entering, Targovi found a Cynthian who sported a lieutenant's comets on a collar that was her principal outfit, chatting with a couple of elderly enlisted ratings.

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  • The owner bounded to greet him: a Cynthian by species, small, white-furred, bushy-tailed.

    The Game Of Empire

  • Being a mostly Cynthian town, Lulach looked smaller than it was.

    The Game Of Empire

  • A Cynthian lookout perched atop the bridge, within which the pilot was occupied.

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  • But he is widely traveled and he has thought deeply about the things he has witnessed-from his nonhuman, non-Cynthian, non-Merseian perspective.

    The Game Of Empire

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