Definition of Euxine sea

1. Noun. A sea between Europe and Asia; a popular resort area of eastern Europeans.

Exact synonyms: Black Sea
Generic synonyms: Sea
Terms within: Sea Of Azof, Sea Of Azoff, Sea Of Azov



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Euxine Sea

Eustrongylus
Eutamias
Eutamius asiaticus
Eutamius sibiricus
Euterpe
Euterpe oleracea
Euterpean
Euthemia
Eutheria
Euthynnus
Euthynnus pelamis
Eutopia
Eutopias
Eutychian
Eutychianism
Euxine Sea
Euxinian
Eva Braun
Eva Le Gallienne
Evadne
Evan
Evangelical
Evangelical United Brethren Church
Evangelical and Reformed Church
Evangeline
Evangelist
Evangelista Torricelli
Evangelists
Evans
Evans' syndrome

Literary usage of Euxine sea

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1. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1843)
"(27) As the Goths advanced near the euxine sea, they encountered a purer race of Sarmatians, ... euxine sea ..."

2. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides (1855)
"... who afterward ing, of all the kingdoms in Europe between the Golf of Ioms and the euxine sea. But in military strength and numerous armies it was the ..."

3. Herodotus by Herodotus (1812)
"... to the number of three hundred and sixty on the side towards the euxine sea, and three hundred and thirteen on that of the Hellespont"'6. ..."

4. A Manual of Ancient and Modern History by William Cooke Taylor, Caleb Sprague Henry (1845)
"The Greek Colonies on the euxine sea, the Coasts of Thrace, Macedon, Sfc. On the Propon'tis adjoining the Hellespont, ..."

5. The History of Ancient Europe: With a View of the Revolutions in Asia and by William Russell (1801)
"... took all the ships that came LETTER out of the euxine sea, except such as were commanded by Grecian masters, willing to enter into his views240. ..."

6. Memoirs of Baron de Tott: Containing the State of the Turkish Empire & the by Francis Tott, baron de Fran├žois Tott (1786)
"... have inhabited the banks of the Danube, and the borders of the euxine sea. (Q._page 118. Part II. ..."

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