Examples of gladiator in a Sentence
the two punch-drunk gladiators stumbled to their corners
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Below, Smith opens up about his career and what Shonda Rhimes has in store for all the gladiators out there.
If Duke is Rome and the players are the gladiators, or perhaps the generals, then the managers are the Praetorian Guard, the emperor’s personal division.
Women have been in the middle of combat throughout history, and the new Smithsonian Channel series Epic Women Warriors focuses on the specific groups who have fought over the years, including female gladiators in Rome and the Amazons in West Africa.
Rome had its gladiators, the NFL has its quarterbacks and the video game industry has esports players.
And this is why Daniels may be the only gladiator who has a chance right now in the ring with him.
This year boasts a new gladiator-style theater-in-the round set that doubles the crowd capacity to 650 people.
This year's theme is Feats of Strength, and will feature a gladiator joust, punching arcade, thumb wrestling, tattoo contest, climbing wall and a selfie booth.
Sza shared an outfit post on Instagram that makes the case for poolside glamour, where she is seen wearing a beaded bodysuit and gold metallic gladiator sandals from Chanel's Resort 2018 collection.
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Origin and Etymology of gladiator
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of gladiator for English Language Learners
: a man in ancient Rome who fought against another man or animal for public entertainment
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