of or relating to the .
of, relating to, or situated on the eastern seaboard of the U.S.:
the Atlantic states.
of or relating to the countries bordering the , especially those of North America and Europe.
of or relating to the or its members:
the Atlantic Alliance.
Railroads. a steam locomotive having a four-wheeled front truck, four driving wheels, and a two-wheeled rear truck.
“The youngest old man any of us knows,” an unnamed friend of Atlantic Publisher David Bradley said of Hughes.
The Rise and Fall of Chris Hughes and Sean Eldridge, America’s Worst Gay Power Couple James Kirchick December 8, 2014
And a warmer Atlantic Ocean seems to have kept Sandy roaring toward New York and New Jersey.
Hurricane Sandy’s Unmistakable Message Michael Daly November 4, 2012
Her writing has appeared in the Atlantic, Foreign Policy, Newsweek, the New Republic, and Slate, among others.
Meet Radical Islam’s Tech Guru Sarah A. Topol December 25, 2010
Harry will NOT repeat NOT now be spending a few days privately in Atlantic City.
Prince Harry’s U.S. Tour: Rolling Updates and all the News and Pictures as It Happens Tom Sykes May 14, 2013
Over at The Atlantic, Conor Friedersdorf reviewed the case and concluded that everything about it “is insanely newsworthy.”
Why Are the Media Apologizing About Kermit Gosnell Coverage? Josh Dzieza April 12, 2013
I’ll meet you at the Atlantic House in Chicago on the first.
A Son of the Middle Border Hamlin Garland
The brig sailed, however, and stood across the Atlantic, as if in good earnest.
Ned Myers James Fenimore Cooper
As a natural sequence other Atlantic cables followed in course of time.
The Story of The Atlantic Cable Charles Bright
The purser’s room was well forward on the Atlantic steamship.
In a Steamer Chair and Other Stories Robert Barr
By Thursday they had passed the great depths of the Atlantic, and were off soundings.
The Story of the Atlantic Telegraph Henry M. (Henry Martyn) Field
the Atlantic, short for Atlantic Ocean
of or relating to or bordering the Atlantic Ocean
of or relating to Atlas or the Atlas Mountains
late 14c., occean of Athlant “sea off the west coast of Africa” (early 15c. as occean Atlantyke), from Latin Atlanticus, from Greek Atlantikos “of Atlas,” adjectival form of Atlas (genitive Atlantos), in reference to Mount Atlas in Mauritania (see Atlas). Applied to the whole ocean since c.1600.
a supporter of close military, political, and economic cooperation between Western Europe and the U.S. noun advocacy of close cooperation in military, political, and economic matters between Western Europe, esp the UK, and the US
a supporter of close military, political, and economic cooperation between Western Europe and the U.S.
a legendary island, first mentioned by Plato, said to have existed in the Atlantic Ocean west of Gibraltar and to have sunk beneath the sea, but linked by some modern archaeologists with the island of Thera, the surviving remnant of a much larger island destroyed by a volcanic eruption c1500 b.c. Contemporary Examples The philosopher, […]
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