noun Classical Mythology.
a king of Thebes, the brother of Jocasta and the uncle of Eteocles, Polynices, and Antigone.
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Examples from the Web for creon
Historical Examples of creon
Menon talked gaily about their journey, the games to-morrow, Creon's training.
And in that circle of faces Menon stood with his arms about Creon, laughing and crying.
Here were written names, and among them, "Creon, son of the Olympic winner Menon."
There they put Creon down, and his father and Charmides led him away to camp.
And then more softly still he said, "Do not forget Creon, blessed god."
British Dictionary definitions for creon
Greek myth the successor to Oedipus as king of Thebes; the brother of JocastaSee also Antigone
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