eastern

All Adjective Noun
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  • In general, the western areas became more developed than the eastern.
  • Just a few steps in south-eastern direction lies the 19th-century theatre.
  • African Americans live mainly in the southern and eastern parts of the state.
  • Many traditional country artists are present in eastern and western Canada.
  • Republican strength is still greatest in eastern parts of the state.
  • The same is true for a mother living in Eastern Germany.
  • All were held in the eastern part of the Roman Empire.
  • It would remain the capital of the eastern, Greek-speaking empire for over a thousand years.
  • Then the two craft proceeded in company till the sun showed over the eastern sky-line. Cited from Tales of the Fish Patrol, by Jack London
  • The eastern parts of the city, consisting mostly of wooden buildings, were destroyed completely.
  • These eastern powers soon began to be overshadowed by those further west.
  • These decades were also prominent in the production of the Eastern or Red Western.
  • The first is between western Australia and eastern Africa.
  • However, the Roman Catholic Church has achieved union with various smaller eastern churches.
  • The second is between eastern Australia and western South America.
  • It was then the cultural capital of the eastern Muslim world.
  • Most of the land under cultivation is in the eastern region.
  • The insurance industry is focused around the eastern side of the City.
  • Today the eastern side of Davenport still contains many of the higher class houses in the city.
  • After the war, the Eastern part of Central Europe was placed at the centre of the concept.
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Synonyms of eastern

Meaning of eastern

  • adjective Of or characteristic of eastern regions of the united states
    the Eastern establishment
  • adjective Relating to or characteristic of regions of eastern parts of the world
    Eastern Europe, the Eastern religions