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Tiber (ˈtaɪbə Pronunciation for Tiber

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noun

  1. a river in central Italy, rising in the Tuscan Apennines and flowing south through Rome to the Tyrrhenian Sea. Length: 405 km (252 miles) Ancient name: Tiberis,  (ˈtiːbərɪs Pronunciation for Italian name: Tevere

Example Sentences Including 'Tiber'

But today I was alone, walking up the Tiber from a friend's apartment.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
Getting there meant passing the Jewish ghetto on the banks of the Tiber.
Hebblethwaite, Peter Paul VI - The First Modern Pope
One hot summer afternoon in Galilee, I decided to walk from Capernaum to Tiber ias along the shores of the Lake of Galilee.
Misc (1995)
The Chief got to his feet, walked to the window and looked out over the glittering city, down towards the Tiber.
Jack Higgins THE KEYS OF HELL (2002)
The Germans had such influence at the Council that it was said "The Rhine flows into the Tiber.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
The Tiber cuts across Rome, leaving the Vatican on one side and Italian government buildings on the other.
Samachar (2005)

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