Julian

[ US /ˈdʒuɫiən, ˈdʒuɫjən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or characteristic of Julius Caesar
    the Julian calendar
NOUN
  1. Roman Emperor and nephew of Constantine; he restored paganism as the official religion of the Roman Empire and destroyed Christian temples but his decision was reversed after his death (331?-363)
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How To Use Julian In A Sentence

  • Julian ought to have resigned, then he'd have come out of it with some credit.
  • Its main characters are played by a dream team of heavyweight Hollywood dames (Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore) whose involvement screams ‘respectability’.
  • Against any tendency to naturalize evil, Julian sees evil as profoundly unnatural, unkind.
  • So the word "incognito" is projected on to the set and floats around ardently pursued by Julian Barratt's mayor. Government Inspector – review
  • In theory, this could be a smart strategic move but it is likely to "domesticate" Julian Assange; running such an NGO would require too many boring meetings with potential funders many of whom have already been alienated by the organisation and a nine-to-five office routine - the exact opposite of the glamorous nomadic lifestyle that the founder of WikiLeaks has become famous for. The Guardian World News
  • His grin changed into a pleasant smile as he realized Julian wasn't such a tight-ass.
  • Scots producers with a yen to make TV shows about footballers should phone Channel 4's Julian Bellamy.
  • Julian could learn a whole lot in five minutes, assuming he lives to tell about it. halothane Wednesday, July 28th at 2: 59PM EDT RedState
  • As a child Juliana had a lovely nature - everyone liked her.
  • Don Julián, wounded and enfevered, now at last believes the worst. The Theory of the Theatre
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