macedonian

Part of speech: noun

A native or inhabitant of Macedonia.

Part of speech: adjective

Of or Pertaining to Mace- donia, a country north of Greece.

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Usage examples "macedonian":

  1. He therefore warmly advised the Athenians to do all they could to oppose the Macedonian king, so as to prevent his ever getting a foothold in Greece. - "The Story of the Greeks", H. A. Guerber.
  2. " There is nothing thrilling about it," growled the older man, rising, " but I remember the Macedonian shooting case in South London and I don't want a repetition of that sort of thing. - "The Clue of the Twisted Candle", Edgar Wallace.
  3. Thus had he felt when he resolved to take orders, thus, although in a less degree, because he had been doubtful and afraid, had he felt when he heard the Macedonian cry from this West Indian island. - "O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1921", Various.