Definition of Bacchanalians

1. Noun. (plural of Bacchanalian) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of bacchanalian) ¹

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Definition of Bacchanalians

1. bacchanalian [n] - See also: bacchanalian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bacchanalians

baccalaureates
baccalaureats
baccara
baccaras
baccarat
baccarats
baccare
baccas
baccate
baccated
bacchanal
bacchanale
bacchanalia
bacchanalian
bacchanalianism
bacchanalians (current term)
bacchanalias
bacchanals
bacchanology
bacchant
bacchante
bacchantes
bacchantic
bacchants
bacchiac
bacchian
bacchic
bacchical
bacchii
bacchius

Literary usage of Bacchanalians

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1. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1853)
"ancient bacchanalians look back with bitterness on their youthful frolics, did his ever contented mind lose its equanimity. If he was no longer able to ..."

2. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1822)
"STANZAS. l ET the bowl be sparkling bright ; лл Let the goblet foam to-night; And young bacchanalians twine Gayest wreaths for the God of Wine. ..."

3. Spain in 1830 by Henry David Inglis (1831)
"... the Annunciation; the Virgin instructed by her Mother; Landscapes; Velasquez and his Works ; Meeting of bacchanalians; the Forges of Vulcan; ..."

4. Germany in MDCCCXXXI by John Strang (1836)
"... the leading Characteristic of the Inhabitants of Vienna—their Love of good Eating Conspicuous—by no means bacchanalians—Theatres—the Hof-Theatre at the ..."

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