Amazonian


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Am·a·zo·ni·an

 (ăm′ə-zō′nē-ən)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the Amazon River or to Amazonia.
2. Characteristic of or resembling an Amazon.
3. often amazonian Strong and aggressive. Used of women.

Amazonian

(æməˈzəʊnɪən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Amazon river, the land around it, or the inhabitants of this land

Am•a•zo•ni•an

(ˌæm əˈzoʊ ni ən)

adj.
1. of or pertaining to an Amazon.
2. (often l.c.) (of a woman) of or like an Amazon in size, strength, or forcefulness.
3. pertaining to the Amazon River or Amazonia.
Translations

Amazonian

[ˌæməˈzəʊnɪən] ADJamazónico

Amazonian

[æməˈzəʊniən ] adj [jungle, rainforest, Indian, town] → amazonien(ne)

Amazonian

[æməˈzəʊnɪən] adjamazzonico/a
References in classic literature ?
So that, altogether, this Amazonian heroine might have been an object of terror to a much bolder man than Mr Partridge.
It was the only sign of earth life which I saw in this great Amazonian forest.
The huge trees of the alluvial Amazonian plain gave place to the Phoenix and coco palms, growing in scattered clumps, with thick brushwood between.
The mantel's chastely severe outline was ingloriously veiled behind some pert drapery drawn rakishly askew like the sashes of the Amazonian ballet.
In addition to Tess, Marian, and Izz, there were two women from a neighbouring village; two Amazonian sisters, whom Tess with a start remembered as Dark Car the Queen of Spades and her junior the Queen of Diamonds--those who had tried to fight with her in the midnight quarrel at Trantridge.
Everything about the girl--except her little rosy ears--was on a grand Amazonian scale.
"Let her if she dare!" tauntingly cried the eldest of the girls, brandishing a musket with a mien and resolution that would have done credit to her Amazonian dam.
So counsel'd hee, and both together went Into the thickest Wood, there soon they chose The Figtree, not that kind for Fruit renown'd, But such as at this day to INDIANS known In MALABAR or DECAN spreds her Armes Braunching so broad and long, that in the ground The bended Twigs take root, and Daughters grow About the Mother Tree, a Pillard shade High overarch't, and echoing Walks between; There oft the INDIAN Herdsman shunning heate Shelters in coole, and tends his pasturing Herds At Loopholes cut through thickest shade: Those Leaves They gatherd, broad as AMAZONIAN Targe, And with what skill they had, together sowd, To gird thir waste, vain Covering if to hide Thir guilt and dreaded shame; O how unlike To that first naked Glorie.
Growth and mortality of trees in Amazonian tropical rain forest in Ecuador.
Now the Amazonian beauty will join her superhero peers in the highly anticipated DC Universe original movie, ' WonderWoman''.
FOUR days hacking through thick Amazonian jungle, a 20,000ft climb up the world's highest active volcano and then back to university for classes.
It's small wonder that, as Hemming recounts, the mythology of one Amazonian tribe describes the Europeans' arrival as the coming of a swarm of flying ants.