It was nearly 10 o'clock when the city of xenia was reached, but a large crowd greeted the tired travellers.
"That is true, I think," says the Princess xenia, with her serious smile.
At xenia a relief committee was organized to send supplies to Dayton.
xenia Sabaroff looked at him with some little wonder and more approval.
xenia was spared; Dmitri who had heard of her beauty ordered Mossolski to find an asylum for her in his mansion.
"You are a stranger—to me," replies xenia Sabaroff; and as she speaks she looks full at him.
xenia Sabaroff makes a little polite gesture expressive of entire indifference to the change in these titles.
In the late afternoon in the library over their teacups the ladies talk of xenia Sabaroff.
xenia Sabaroff is her idol of the moment, and if her idol were proved human she would be very angry.
"Sometimes one cares for neither," says xenia Sabaroff, with a tone which in a less lovely woman would have been morose.
city in Ohio, from Greek xenia "hospitality," literally "state of a guest," from xenos "guest" (see guest). Founded 1803 and named by vote of a town meeting, on suggestion of the Rev. Robert Armstrong to suggest friendliness and hospitality.