Clearchus inquired "whether the truce was offered to the individual men merely as they went and came, or to all alike."
Just then Clearchus returned, and wished to know what answer they had given.
But Cyrus, in despair and vexation at this turn of affairs, sent for Clearchus.
Clearchus, on his side, was much disturbed, and indeed alarmed at the news.
It was inscribed with his own name and that of Proxenus, his friend, who was killed with Clearchus.
Clearchus knew this; I fancy some others guessed it; I know I did for one.
Clearchus hesitated to advance upon the enemy, knowing that the troops were tired and hungry; and indeed it was already late.
This expedition was headed by a Grecian general named Clearchus.
When Clearchus heard it he was greatly agitated and alarmed.
Professor Saintsbury, who included Thealma and Clearchus in vol.