- Weakness may never bear the stamp of power,- it breaks in the moulding; and it is rather because woman is so strong that she is able to take the Caesarean stamp of any form of power. - "The Romance of Zion Chapel [3d ed.]", Richard Le Gallienne.
- Victory had no longer been able to soften this marble Caesarean face, but defeat caused his features now to wear an expression of profound anger and grief. - "Andreas Hofer", Lousia Muhlbach.
- Is it on account of the Senatorian and anti- Caesarean sympathies of the older poets that the poets of the new era thus separate themselves abruptly from those of the previous epoch? - "The Roman Poets of the Augustan Age: Virgil", W. Y. Sellar.