Definition of Dromons

1. dromon [n] - See also: dromon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dromons

dromedary hump
dromeosaur
dromeosaurs
dromes
dromic
dromical
dromion
dromions
dromograph
dromoi
dromology
dromomania
dromon
dromond
dromonds
dromons (current term)
dromos
dromostanolone propionate
dromotropic
dromæognathism
dromæognathous
dromæosaur
dromæosaurid
dromæosaurids
dromæosaurs
dronabinol
drone
drone bee
drone fly
drone on

Literary usage of Dromons

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1. A History of Greece: From Its Conquest by the Romans to the Present Time, B by George Finlay (1877)
"The fleet consisted of dromons and ... We are not to suppose that the dromons and ... He says there were a thousand dromons, two thousand ..."

2. The Economic Review by Christian Social Union (Great Britain), Oxford University Branch (1898)
"These " dromons," although slow-sailing craft, were steady vessels, and more reliable in the long ..."

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