[ lep-i-duhs ]
/ ˈlɛp ɪ dəs /
Marcus Ae·mil·i·us [ee-mil-ee-uhs], /iˈmɪl i əs/, died 13 b.c., Roman politician: member of the second triumvirate.
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How to use Lepidus in a sentence
And Lepidus, who loves to wonder, can have no better subject for his admiration than the pathos of the time.
Antonius would not consent to their touching Lepidus, but on the next day he began to cross the river with his army.
With lepidus, illepidus, uenustus, inuenustus they are his usual terms of literary praise and dispraise.
The other competitor which Antony had to contend with was a distinguished Roman general named Lepidus.
British Dictionary definitions for Lepidus
Marcus Aemilius (ˈmɑːkəs iːˈmɪlɪəs). died ?13 bc, Roman statesman: formed the Second Triumvirate with Octavian (later Augustus) and Mark Antony
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