a male given name.
Pop, pop, pop, Ali—then Cassius Clay—surrounded the lumbering Scandinavian with zinging leather.
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Another Maximus factor is the august Roman -us ending, with other names like Atticus, Cassius, Augustus and Magnus heating up.
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We first met Muhammad Ali as Cassius Clay — the slender, charismatic 18-year-old light-heavyweight gold medalist in 1960 in Rome.
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By such arguments as these Cassius attempted to calm Brutus.
Plutarch’s Lives, Volume IV Aubrey Stewart
From love of Cæsar to hate for Brutus and Cassius is but a step.
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7 Elbert Hubbard
Above all, contact with Cassius throws into relief the greatness of Brutus.
Shakespeare as a Dramatic Artist Richard G. Moulton
His affection for Cassius is not a virtue to one in especial.
The Man Shakespeare Frank Harris
The lowest place among the lost souls is occupied by the traitors, Brutus, Cassius, and Judas.
The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6 E. Rameur
Cassius tells me that you are thinking of returning to Maine.
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The home of Cassius Trent, the truest man, the noblest heart, the whitest gentleman the good Lord ever made.
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Roman gens, one of the oldest families of Rome. The conspirator against Caesar was C. Cassius Longinus.
- Cassius Longinus
Gaius [gey-uh s] /ˈgeɪ əs/ (Show IPA), died 42 b.c, Roman general: leader of the conspiracy against Julius Caesar. Historical Examples Cassius Longinus also is present, my wife’s guardian and trustee, a man of the loftiest and most irreproachable character. The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura Lucius Apuleius She had been given to […]
noun 1st century bc, British chieftain, king of the Catuvellauni tribe, who organized resistance to Caesar’s invasion of Britain (54 bc) Historical Examples cassivelaunus had prepared the river for Cæsar, by planting it full of stakes (and had, no doubt, put up a notice-board). Three Men in a Boat Jerome K. Jerome On this spot […]
a long, close-fitting garment worn by members of the clergy or others participating in church services. a lightweight, double-breasted ecclesiastical coat or jacket, worn under the Geneva gown. a member of the clergy. Historical Examples She was a nettle in which the rustle of the cassock was visible. Les Misrables Victor Hugo He was holding […]
a container for cooking and serving an individual portion of food, usually made of pottery, silver, or paper, or sometimes of baked dough. Historical Examples This is not the same variety as the cassolette described by Leroy. The Pears of New York U. P. Hedrick There appear to be several varieties of cassolette three or […]