Examples of gladiator in a Sentence
the two punch-drunk gladiators stumbled to their corners
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McGregor definitely won the first two, probably the third and, in a last gasp of a gladiator, came close in the eighth.
And the Viking armor for Tell's stripper Mazeppa is a usable restyle for our summer gladiator sandals.
But what is the threat of prosecution against the imperative of a president who explicitly sets his political appointees against each other and appears to enjoy watching them use leaks and the media like ancient gladiators used the rope and trident?
Available at the brand's two Saint-Topez boutiques (and online), there are dozens of color combinations, models and materials to choose from, like a soft, rust colored suede mule or a python skin, gladiator style sandal.
As a rule, the prettier the dress, the lower and less elegant the shoe—although sometimes, just sometimes, a bit of footwear madness prevails, such as balletic gladiators and wicked platforms.
But why be gladiators when there are other options?
Adults and children also can join a gladiator joust.
The summer sandal capsule will feature Swarovski crystals and PVC and Perspex clear heels in four styles: two pairs of mules, strappy sandals and gladiator stilettos with prices ranging from $1,265 to $2,325.
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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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