- capital and largest city of Italy; on the Tiber; seat of the Roman Catholic Church; formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire
How To Use Eternal City In A Sentence
- The Blue half of the Eternal City reverberates to a different beat when the Argentinian plays.
- Former U.S. poet laureate Kay Ryan ("The Best of It") and prize-winning poet-translator Anne Carson ("Nox") were poetry finalists, along with Kathleen Graber's "The Eternal City," Terrance Hayes'"Lighthead" and C.D. Nominees Revealed For Prestigious Book Awards
- The year 2000 was a jubilee year for the Eternal City.
- The eternal city is eternally visitable, so don't go at it like there's no tomorrow.
- The name of the new Jersualem is a promise that we really will enjoy life in God's eternal city someday.
- They are striking symbols of the changeless eternal city.
- The august destiny of his own eternal city [observe -- '_eternal_,' not in virtue of history, but of prophecy, not upon the retrospect and the analogies of any possible experience, but by the necessity of an aboriginal doom], a city that was to be the centre of an empire whose circumference is everywhere, did not depend for any part of its majesty upon the meanness of its enemies; on the contrary, in the very grandeur of those enemies lay, by a rebound of the feelings inevitable to a Roman mind, the paramount grandeur of that awful Republic which had swallowed them all up. The Posthumous Works of Thomas De Quincey, Vol. 2
- Rome, Italy (CNN) -- A new tax on tourists to the Eternal City is causing controversy, with hotels expressing fears it could hurt their business and scare tourists away.
- After occupying Naples, Clark demanded more intelligence on the Eternal City, the next prize he lusted. Wild Bill Donovan
- Out in the hills beyond the Eternal City, the car was delightful to drive, coping competently with small country roads and fast autostrada alike.