Definition of Muscat and oman
1. Noun. A strategically located monarchy on the southern and eastern coasts of the Arabian Peninsula; the economy is dominated by oil.
Group relationships: Arab League
Generic synonyms: Asian Country, Asian Nation
Group relationships: Arabia, Arabian Peninsula, Gulf States, Asia
Terms within: Capital Of Oman, Masqat, Muscat
Member holonyms: Omani
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Literary usage of Muscat and oman
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"The Independent State of Muscat and Oman b situated at the easterly corner of Arabia. Its seaboard is nearly 1000 miles long and extends from near ..."
2. The Clouded Lens: Persian Gulf Security and U.S. Policy by James H. Noyes (1982)
"Later, they became active in the Muscat and Oman civil war on the side of Sultan Said ibn Taimur, father of the present ruler of Oman. ..."
3. United Arab Emirates: A New Perspective by Ibrahim Abed, Peter Hellyer (2001)
"... the powerful Al Bu Falah leaders of the Bani Yas, who were much closer to home as compared to the distant overlordship of the Sultan of Muscat and Oman. ..."
4. A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to India and by India Foreign and Political Dept (1892)
"... the Imam of Muscat and Oman. His Highness should act according to these conditions and not avoid any of them ..."
5. Gulf States: Kuwait, Bahrain, Quatar, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Yemen by Editors of JPM Publications (2000)
"Upon his death, one of his sons becomes Sultan of Zan/ibar. another the Sultan of Muscat and Oman. Britain persuades the new sultan to end trade in slaves ..."
6. The Nineteenth Century (1881)
"Large country-bred mares were most sought after, although some good Arab and Persian horses from Bushire and Bussorah, from Muscat and Oman, were there also ..."
7. Students and the World-wide Expansion of Christianity: Addresses Delivered by Fennell Parrish Turner (1914)
"... the tribes on the southern coast, and Lord Curzon said he expected to see the Union Jack flying from the castles of Muscat, and Oman a British province. ..."