Levant in a sentence

Definition of Levant

(heraldry) Rising, of an animal. | (law) Rising or having risen from rest; said of cattle. | (poetic) Eastern.

How to use Levant in a Sentence?

  • Our prestige and influence in the Levant and the Mediterranean would be doomed.
  • But direct and efficient intervention on the Baltic or in the Levant was as yet impossible.
  • I had the portmanteau in my possession when those blackguards attacked me, and they had to levant without it, so closely were they pressed.
  • The travelling missionary was as familiar a figure in the Levant as the travelling lecturer on philosophy.
  • The judges did not hesitate long in pronouncing against St. Levant their sentence of perpetual banishment.
  • St. Levant was ruined horse-and-foot, without power or hope of redemption: that one bet would have pulled him through.
  • Et alors, continua-t-elle en levant des yeux humides, qu'avez-vous fait, Rutland?
  • It is excellent fun, and I send it to-day to the Levant to a poor banished friend on a Greek island.
  • After steam communication to Constantinople and the Levant was opened, our exports to those quarters increased by L1,200,000 a year.
  • Hardly had he done so when news came from the Levant that the fleet of the Grand Turk was at sea heading for Sicily.

Short Example Sentence for Levant

  • Pape en levant les yeux...
  • Davenne en se levant hautain et croisant les bras.
  • Corall of Levant from Malabar.
  • This flower of the Levant exports not flowers, but fruit.
  • Marco Polo ignores the Levant for the riches of a Khan.
  • Et tous tombent à genoux, et, levant son bras, le prêtre-soldat les absout.
  • This, so far as I can gather, takes in the Levant and all east of it.
  • Marcelle en se levant d'un air de resolution exaltee, il est ici.
  • Et le rouge soleil levant parut s'avancer vers moi pour me communier!...
  • Maitland did not dally long in the Levant after getting Barton's letter.

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