1. (Greek mythology) one of the three Graces
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How To Use Aglaia In A Sentence

  • Out from his mills in the Northwest came the "Aglaia" flour, made from the hardest and finest wheat that could be raised. Sixes and Sevens
  • As I was investigating how to make Greek yogurt cake, I came across an idea for topping cakes with sugared almonds in Aglaia Kremezi’s Foods of the Greek Islands. Gold Out of Straw: Recipe for Lemon Yogurt-Raisin Cake with Crunchy Almond Topping (Γιαουρτόπιτα με Σταφίδα Γλυκό του Κουταλιού)
  • R. A., and other gentlemen and ladies of the first rank in the world of culture have taken up the cause, and expressed themselves in a handsome magazine entitled Aglaia, of which the press speaks in the highest terms. Address Before The Second Biennial Convention Of The World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union
  • It was past the time for evening service; he called Aglaia, and, thinking there was no one else in the house sang out aloud without embarrassment. The Bishop and Other Stories
  • a flood, a tornado, a strike, or a famine, there would go hurrying a generous consignment of the "Aglaia" at its "nothing" price. Sixes and Sevens
  • Aglaia cannot bear Nastasia taking precedence.
  • There got to be a saying that whenever there was a disastrous fire in the poor districts of a city the fire chief's buggy reached the scene first, next the "Aglaia" flour wagon, and then the fire engines. Sixes and Sevens
  • The country soon found out that the "Aglaia" flour had two prices. Sixes and Sevens
  • As soon as Abram Strong heard of this his messages flew; and the little narrow-gauge cars began to unload "Aglaia" flour there. Sixes and Sevens
  • 'Aglaia'; -- don't forget; and be a good boy for the future. The Life of John Ruskin
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