Definition of Dorised
1. dorise [v] - See also: dorise
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Literary usage of Dorised
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1. History of Greece by George Grote (1854)
"... but completely dorised through their long subjection to Argos, by whom tney were governed as ..."
2. Chronological Tables of Greek History: Accompanied by a Short Narrative of by Karl Ludwig Peter, Carl Peter (1882)
"Egina are dorised. ... was then dorised, see Herod. VIH, 40, cf. V, 83. Paus. ... and dorised it (the three towns Lindus, ..."
3. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"... which was Ionian, had been '* dorised by th- Argives and by time" (Herod, viii. 73). ..."
4. Essays and Studies Presented to William Ridgeway ... on His Sixtieth by Edmund Crosby Quiggin (1914)
"1 When the island was dorised, the 'old inhabitants' were not driven out. Paus. II. 33. 1 The Eagle was perhaps their totem. Zeus appeared in that shape to ..."
5. The Age of Pericles: A History of the Politics and Arts of Greece from the by William Watkiss Lloyd (1875)
"... every town in Peloponnesus dorised, than that most of them should still retain some dialectic peculiarities of their own. The Dorians then, according to ..."
6. The Greek Verb: Its Structure and Development by Georg Curtius (1880)
"Only one thing is certain, that the later writers evidently incline more to the a in consequence of the popular language, which here and there dorised. ..."
7. The Treatment and Utilisation of Sewage by William Henry Corfield (1887)
"... comparatively worthless and neces- this- sarily offensive filth over the surface of the soil. At Carlisle, indeed, the sewage is (1870) deo- dorised by ..."
8. The History of Sicily to the Athenian War: With Elucidations of the Sicilian by William Watkiss Lloyd (1872)
"Their operations were conducted chiefly against Locri and then Messana, which appears now thoroughly dorised, apparently by the intruded population of ..."