Dion

noun

Céline. born 1968, Canadian singer. Her worldwide hit singles include 'My Heart Will Go On' (1998)

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Historical Examples of dion

  • "But she is not yet on her way," replied Dion with a faint sigh.

  • Dion thought that there was something rather implacable in his voice.

    In the Wilderness

    Robert Hichens

  • Dion read it more than once, and his lips quivered for a second.

    In the Wilderness

    Robert Hichens

  • By degrees Dion found himself becoming strongly interested in Mrs. Clarke, whose name came up constantly.

    In the Wilderness

    Robert Hichens

  • Dion writes that no one out there has any idea when the war will end.

    In the Wilderness

    Robert Hichens



Word Origin and History for dion

Dion

masc. proper name, short for Dionysius (see Dennis).

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