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Definition of "adriatic" [a•dri•at•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to a sea so named, the northwestern part of which is known as the Gulf of Venice. (adjective)
  • Of or relating to the Adriatic Sea, or to the inhabitants of its coast or islands (adjective)

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Use "adriatic" in a sentence
  • "The dramatic hunger-strike was caused by weather occurences in the adriatic sea and the related efficiency of german bicyclers. please come and donate a small amount to restore the grievances of Austria's wine-region #2 Friday 15: 00 - streetcar station Volkstheater (in front of the Palais Epstein on the Ring) P.S.: Update: Meeting is at 15: 00, essential info will be handed out by 15: 15, the actual happening will take place shortly thereafter."
  • "Tourists are transparently massaging there in to recruit the strapless groin and the disreputable apparels of the adriatic sea."
  • "We didn't make it into the adriatic (it was bloody cold!!!) but we did spend some time lounging around which has been a needed change of pace."