noun, plural ag·o·rae [ag-uh-ree]. /ˈæg əˌri/. (in ancient Greece)
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Origin of agora1
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Definition for agora (2 of 2)
noun, plural a·go·rot [ah-gawr-oht, -gohr-; Sephardic Hebrew ah-gaw-rawt]. /ɑˈgɔr oʊt, -ˈgoʊr-; Sephardic Hebrew ɑ gɔˈrɔt/.
Origin of agora2
Example sentences from the Web for agora
You see, the internet, the agora where there’s no field of endeavor obscure enough that YOUR opinion is not only requested but desired, has created monsters.BusyBodyism: The Internet Brew of Whiteness and Class|Eugene Robinson|September 26, 2020|Ozy
We find the same ideas to spring up in the agora of Athens, the wilds and snows of Norway, and the heathers and hills of Scotland.
Even in the Homeric State there was a council of elders and an assembly of freemen—an agora—in addition to the king.Elements of Folk Psychology|Wilhelm Wundt
As the crowd from the Agora also poured forth, Antonius was finally left on the tribunal sitting alone.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV|Aubrey Stewart
British Dictionary definitions for agora (1 of 2)
noun plural -rae (-riː, -raɪ)
- the marketplace in Athens, used for popular meetings, or any similar place of assembly in ancient Greece
- the meeting itself