Samia

NOUN
  1. silkworm moths
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How To Use Samia In A Sentence

  • Hither ascended a _cantonnier_ when the new road was made up the valley, and here he found chipped flints of primeval man, a polished celt, a scrap of Samian ware, and in a niche at the side sealed up with stalactite, a tiny earthenware pitcher 2-1/2 inches high, a leaden spindle-whorl, some shells, and a toy sheep-bell. Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
  • It was thin, fine, red, decorated with a raised pattern and it looked very like the Samian ware she had seen in the museum MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • Did it go for Samian and Etruscan ware, too, she had been wondering when the front doorbell had rung. A DEAD LIBERTY
  • The dig has uncovered the remains of a hut circle and unearthed lots of pottery, including Roman samianware and 17th century German ballamineware.
  • What Barsamian's questions provoke is an eloquent and desperate plea for direct, instantaneous action.
  • In the earliest phase, for example, colour-coated beakers are seen as uniquely appropriate for young people, both as urns and accessory vessels; and at all times small Samian cups were only ever found with children younger than eight.
  • Did it go for Samian and Etruscan ware, too, she had been wondering when the front doorbell had rung. A DEAD LIBERTY
  • His claim to Samian fame was that he was a political saviour and restorer.
  • Now this Cadmos before these events, having received from his father in a prosperous state the government1142 of the people of Cos, had voluntarily and with no danger threatening, but moved merely by uprightness of nature, placed the government in the hands of the people of Cos1143 and had departed to Sicily, where he took from1144 the Samians and newly colonised the city of Zancle, which had changed its name to Messene. The History of Herodotus
  • Thuc.vi. 4 that the Samians were deprived of the town soon after they had taken it, by Anaxilaos, who gave it the name of Messene, and no doubt put Cadmos in possession of it, as the son of the former king. The History of Herodotus
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