Examples of pharaonic in a Sentence
the building of the Hoover Dam was a construction project of pharaonic proportions
Recent Examples of pharaonic from the Web
The media in both Egypt and Sudan have exacerbated the two nation’s differences, with sensational comments and some biting mockery that, on one occasion, touched on the size of Pharaonic pyramids in both countries.
The old-school Mafiosi are fading into the past, pale imitations of their pharaonic forefathers.
Five minutes’ walk west is the pharaonic cenotaph to Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America.
Archaeologists poured in, extra suitcases in hand, to delve into the country’s pharaonic past.
Only one firm is currently mining, but all of them are following in the tracks of pharaonic miners, inspired by one of the most remarkable documents that the ancient Egyptians left to posterity.
It’s estimated that the flooding was either inadequate or excessive roughly once every five years during the pharaonic period.
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Origin and Etymology of pharaonic
French pharaonique, from pharaon pharaoh, from Late Latin Pharaon-, Pharao
First Known Use: 1792See Words from the same year
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