The levant is already a far cry from the cosmopolitan melting pot it once was.
Nor did Biden or Obama ever suggest that NATO “fill the vacuum” in the levant.
Turkey—and the northern half of Cyprus, occupied by its troops since 1974—have been largely left out of the levant Basin boom.
An easing of tensions between al Qaeda and ISIS presents dangers for America in its military campaign in the levant.
The two main al Qaeda-related groups among the rebels are al-Nusra and the Islamic State of Iraq and the levant (ISIL).
Next she pushed ahead again and pounded the levant till that lively little craft turned and ran.
Besides, she is the most active missionary agency in the levant.
The best emery is brought from the levant, chiefly from the Island of Naxos.
levant monks, apathy of, with reference to priceless books, 209.
The cup of a large species of acorn, imported from the levant.
"Mediterranean lands east of Italy," late 15c., from Middle French levant "the Orient," from present participle of lever "to rise" (from Latin levare "to raise;" see lever). The region so called in reference to the direction of sunrise.