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epigonus

[ ih-pig-uh-nuhs ]
/ ɪˈpɪg ə nəs /
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noun, plural e·pig·o·ni [ih-pig-uh-nahy]. /ɪˈpɪg əˌnaɪ/.
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How to use epigonus in a sentence

  • He drove the king's party also out of Chios, and he gave the people of Kolophon freedom by seizing Epigonus, their tyrant.

    Plutarch's Lives, Volume II|Aubrey Stewart & George Long
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