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Alcandre

[al-kan-dree] /ælˈkæn dri/
noun, (in the Odyssey)
1.
the wife of Polybus who received Helen and Menelaus on their way home from Troy.
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  • (She points to the door opposite): Alcandre and Lysimon are to discourse!

    Cyrano de Bergerac Edmond Rostand
  • There is a question there of a "lodge today deserted" where Alcandre once came to enjoy solitude.

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