[ ag-uh-thon ]
/ ˈæg əˌθɒn /
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c450–c400 b.c., Greek poet and dramatist.
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agate line, agateware, Agatha, Agatho, Agathocles, Agathon, agatize, à gauche, agave, agave family, Agawam
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How to use Agathon in a sentence
Wieland disclaimed merit for any, but, under urgency, confessed that he liked best his "Agathon" and "Oberon."The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
For when Agathon got the victory Plato was fourteen years old.
This piece of dialectics is ascribed to Diotima, who has already urged upon Socrates the argument which he urges against Agathon.
When he reached the house of Agathon he found the doors wide open, and a comical thing happened.
He begs to be absolved from speaking falsely, but he is willing to speak the truth, and proposes to begin by questioning Agathon.