OTHER WORDS FROM EuripidesEu·rip·i·de·an, adjective
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That is, we’re using the lens of Euripides’ take on unimaginably distant stories of long ago to help us understand our present.What the Greek Myths Can Teach Us About Our Moment of Crisis|Charlotte Higgins|January 19, 2022|Time
Papa, I did not think Euripides would hurt him—he knows it all so well, and he said he could not read anything else.The Daisy Chain|Charlotte Yonge
This maxim is cruel and fatal, but it is not ridiculous; nor would it have been in any way scoffed at in the time of Euripides.
Nevertheless, Euripides has beauties, and Sophocles still more; but they have much greater defects.
His "Antigone" was written when he was forty-five, and when Euripides had already gained a prize.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
Meanwhile he, Lancaster, had his Euripides and Goethe and whatever else he liked, or knew where to borrow it.Security|Poul William Anderson
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An ancient Greek dramatist. He was the author of numerous tragedies, including the Bacchae, Medea, and The Trojan Women. He often used the device of deus ex machina (literally, “a god from the machine”) to resolve his plots.