Siam

[ US /ˈsaɪæm, saɪˈæm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a country of southeastern Asia that extends southward along the Isthmus of Kra to the Malay Peninsula
    Thailand is the official name of the former Siam
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How To Use Siam In A Sentence

  • A recent television program on Siamese twins demonstrated how a pair of joined, genetically identical humans had different preferences and quite distinct wills and spirits.
  • Chiengmai; but it was curious, even amusing, to observe the serene contempt with which the "interlopers" were received by the rival incumbents of the royal gynecium, -- especially the Laotian women, who are of a finer type and much handsomer than their Siamese sisters. The English Governess at the Siamese Court Being Recollections of Six Years in the Royal Palace at Bangkok
  • She was a Siamese, born to be sleekly elegant, and here she was, weighed down by this swollen bellyful of kittens. NOTHING TO WEAR AND NOWHERE TO HIDE: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES
  • Windows 7 beta gets a mascot - The Windows 7 beta features the Siamese fighting fish, also known as a betta fish. Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now
  • Siamese twins died Friday night due to a complex congenital cardiopathy (a badly formed heart that both shared and which was incapable of pumping blood), according to Radio Programas del Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • The two Siamese battered around her, thudding their sinuous backs against her shoulders. AN OLDER WOMAN
  • The Siamese cat purred and lazily walked towards the kitchen.
  • The Indochinese tiger, Asian elephant and endemic species like the saola, Tonkin snub-nosed monkey and Siamese crocodile are on the verge of extinction in the country. Javan rhino driven to extinction in Vietnam, conservationists say
  • Habetur et ante Ecclesiam arbor grandis, et antiqua, de qua nonnulli fabulantur, quod ad beatæ The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville
  • Ruffs and britches disappeared long ago, and there isn't much to distinguish a Balinese from a Siamese today except a wispy fringe on the underbelly and a meek plume of a tail.
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