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/ əˈgrɪp ə /
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Marcus Vip·sa·ni·us [vip-sey-nee-uhs], /vɪpˈseɪ ni əs/, 63–12 b.c., Roman statesman, general, and engineer: defeated Antony and Cleopatra at Actium.
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How to use Agrippa in a sentence
The father of Agrippa d'Aubign was, as his son informs us, one of the commissioners sent on this occasion to Guyenne.
But his intimate follower, Agrippa d'Aubign, would have been likely to give him as authority, had this been the case.
The conclusions which Agrippa drew were not so strange to the eyes of his contemporaries as they are to ours.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
A foolish fellow entered Agrippa's study, and raised the devil therein during the magician's absence.
On Agrippa coming home, he found several spirits dancing on the house-top.
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Marcus Vipsanius (ˈmɑːkəs vɪpˈseɪnɪəs). 63–12 bc, Roman general: chief adviser and later son-in-law of Augustus
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