Amazonian



(of a woman) characteristic of or like an ; powerful and aggressive; warlike.
pertaining to the River or the country adjacent to it.
a native or inhabitant of the area adjoining the River.
Contemporary Examples

By the way, Wonder Woman is Amazonian, and historically accurate Amazonian women actually had only one breast.
Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman: A Hamas-Bashing, Ex-IDF Soldier and Former Miss Israel Marlow Stern July 28, 2014

Amazonian Field, by Antony Gormley, is one particularly evocative example.
The Hottest Show on Earth Olivia Cole December 9, 2009

Dr. Amy Lehman is the Amazonian like surgeon whose mission is to build a state of the art medical clinic–on a boat.
Meet the Visionary Behind Africa’s ‘Floating Clinic’ Casey Schwartz March 10, 2011

Television to develop a take on the lasso-happy Amazonian warrior.
Wonder Woman: A Sneak Peek at David E. Kelley’s Script Jace Lacob February 1, 2011

In 1993, some 73 Yanomami Indians died in clashes with Amazonian gold miners.
The New Gold Rush Mac Margolis August 18, 2011

Historical Examples

There is a scene or two in which he takes his Amazonian Judith to the very edge of bathos.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 150, March 22, 1916 Various

She has a high colour, an exquisite hand and arm, and an Amazonian bearing.
Seen and Unseen E. Katharine Bates

This is one of those Amazonian feats which prove the valour of the women of other days.
Rambles on the Riviera Francis Miltoun

Conscience’s face had taken on the glow of something like Amazonian defiance.
The Tyranny of Weakness Charles Neville Buck

More weird and lonesome than the journey of an Amazonian explorer is the ride of one through a Texas pear flat.
Heart of the West O. Henry

adjective
of or relating to the Amazon river, the land around it, or the inhabitants of this land

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