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/ əˈraɪ ən /
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flourished 7th century b.c., Greek poet: inventor of the dithyramb.
Classical Mythology. a winged horse often believed to be the offspring of Poseidon and Demeter.
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Words nearby Arion
arillode, Arimathaea, Arimathea, Arimidex, Ariminum, Arion, ariose, arioso, Ariosto, Ariovistus, -aris
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How to use Arion in a sentence
So Arion went to Sicily, and his music was so excellent and so sweet that he won the great prize.
The wicked sailors, however, knew that Arion had a large amount of gold and jewels in his chests.
At this moment Arion appeared, tall and handsome, wearing elegant robes and shining jewels.
Another famous musician was Arion, who won not only praise for his great skill in playing, but also much wealth.
Arion calmly accepted his fate, but begged the brutal crew to allow him to play once upon his lyre before going to his death.