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  • noun Plural form of Xena.

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Examples

  • Above all, the vapid female characters whom fan fiction writers loathed so much that they practically wrote them out of fanfic were replaced by the Buffys and Xenas of the 90s.

    Fan Fiction University

  • Are all these warrior women and women-of-danger, ranging from the Emma Peels to the Xenas, simply a fantasy (as one author said at WFC) because women can't really do those things?

    Tough Women

  • He was, after all, the father of the strong and courageous Amazons, those mythological Xenas who are permanent fixtures in my wet dreams.

    HerScopes

  • He was, after all, the father of the strong and courageous Amazons, those mythological Xenas who are permanent fixtures in my wet dreams.

    HerScopes

  • He was, after all, the father of the strong and courageous Amazons, those mythological Xenas who are permanent fixtures in my wet dreams.

    HerScopes

  • [Greek: Xenas de thusias ethuon autoi tas en Olumpôi kai teletas tinas aporrêtous eteloun, ôn hê tou Mithrou kai mechri deuro diasôzetai katadeichtheisa prôton hup 'ekeinôn].

    The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism

  • Which, if you couldn't surmise, most women and all former Xenas don't take kindly to.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Which, if you couldn't surmise, most women and all former Xenas don't take kindly to.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Which, if you couldn't surmise, most women and all former Xenas don't take kindly to.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Which, if you couldn't surmise, most women and all former Xenas don't take kindly to.

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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