an arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the Balkan Peninsula.
Austrian territory along the eastern side of the Adriatic Sea.
The Childrens’ Story of the War, Volume 4 (of 10) James Edward Parrott
These were intended for use in the Mediterranean as well as in the Adriatic Sea.
The Story of the Great War, Volume III (of VIII) Various
So they settled upon some small islands at the head of the Adriatic Sea.
Little Tony of Italy Madeline Brandeis
The Adriatic Sea was an ideal place for the use of the hydrophone.
Inventions of the Great War A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
It is a great depression—the continuation of the Adriatic Sea—filled up by deposits brought down by the rivers from the mountains.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 1 Various
The Italian front as far as the Adriatic Sea was now wavering.
The Story of the Great War, Volume VII (of VIII) Various
Illyria, the name anciently given to a broad stretch of mountainous country of varying extent lying E. of the Adriatic Sea.
The Nuttall Encyclopaedia Edited by Rev. James Wood
That the deliverance of the Adriatic Sea and its defense from any enemy is of capital interest to the two peoples.
New York Times Current History: The European War, Vol. 8, Pt. 2, No. 1, July 1918 Various
The two armies came in sight of each other quite on the eastern side of Italy, very near the shores of the Adriatic Sea.
Hannibal Jacob Abbott
This singular town was built upon a group of sandy islets lying in the Adriatic Sea about two miles from the mainland.
An Introduction to the History of Western Europe James Harvey Robinson
an arm of the Mediterranean between Italy and the Balkan Peninsula
Adriatic Sea [(ay-dree-at-ik)]
An arm of the Mediterranean Sea bordered by Italy to the west and north, and Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, and Albania to the east.
adriel flock of God, the son of Barzillai, the Meholathite, to whom Saul gave in marriage his daughter Merab (1 Sam. 18:19). The five sons that sprang from this union were put to death by the Gibeonites (2 Sam. 21:8, 9. Here it is said that Michal “brought up” [R.V., “bare”] these five sons, either […]
a female given name: derived from Adrian. Contemporary Examples What I remember from the last reunion show was Adrienne blaming Lisa for allegedly selling stories about Adrienne to the tabloids. ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’: Brandi Glanville on Her Book, Kim and Kyle, & More Nicole LaPorte November 4, 2012 He falls for the titular […]
floating without control; ; not anchored or moored: The survivors were adrift in the rowboat for three days. lacking aim, direction, or stability. Contemporary Examples adrift in senility and depression, Hitchcock is dismantling his life, putting it away. Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days David Freeman December 12, 2014 Just this […]
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a city in E Argentina, near Buenos Aires.
expert or nimble in the use of the hands or body. cleverly skillful, resourceful, or ingenious: an adroit debater. Contemporary Examples He is adroit and dry, and balances humor with the humanity of life. Pierce Brosnan’s Life After Bond: From Action Hero to Losing His Daughter to Cancer Tim Teeman July 1, 2014 Modern circumstances […]