the eastern part of the Roman Empire, especially after the division in a.d. 395, having its capital at Constantinople: survived the fall of the Western Roman Empire in a.d. 476.
the eastern of the two empires created by the division of the Roman Empire in 395 ad See also Byzantine Empire
- Eastern establishment
The elite universities and financial institutions of major cities in the northeastern United States. These institutions, by virtue of their long-standing economic and social dominance, are often believed to exert an influence out of proportion to their size. In American politics, the Eastern Establishment often takes a liberal Republican stand. (See also Ivy League, Madison […]
plural noun 1. a low mountain range in S India along the E margin of the Deccan plateau and parallel to the coast of the Bay of Bengal. plural noun 1. a mountain range in S India, parallel to the Bay of Bengal: united with the Western Ghats by the Nilgiri Hills; forms the E […]
noun 1. the eastern part of the terrestrial globe, including Asia, Africa, Australia, and Europe. noun (often capitals) 1. that half of the globe containing Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, lying east of the Greenwich meridian 2. the lands in this, esp Asia Eastern Hemisphere (ē’stərn) The half of the Earth that includes Europe, Africa, […]
noun 1. a hemlock, Tsuga canadensis, of eastern North America, having horizontal branches that often droop to the ground: the state tree of Pennsylvania.