[ yoo-dok-suhs ]
/ yuˈdɒk səs /
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a crater in the first quadrant of the face of the moon: about 40 miles (64 km) in diameter.
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Words nearby Eudoxus
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How to use Eudoxus in a sentence
The pretended circumnavigation of Africa by Eudoxus is referred to, as well as some geographical errors of Polybius.
The theory applied also to the sun and moon, for which Eudoxus required only three spheres in each case.Archimedes|Thomas Little Heath
Eudoxus thought it was the good, his opinion being the weightier because of his temperateness.
Had Zoroaster been no earlier than Darius, Eudoxus would never have advanced him to this degree of antiquity.
Eudoxus fitted out a large vessel and two smaller ones, and set sail upon the unknown waters of the Atlantic.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne