Eleusinian

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El·eu·sin·i·an

adjective \ˌel-yü-ˈsi-nē-ən\

Definition of ELEUSINIAN

:  of or relating to ancient Eleusis or to the religious mysteries celebrated there in worship of Demeter and Persephone

First Known Use of ELEUSINIAN

1591

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