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/ ˈlɛp ɪ dəs /
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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.The Rhythm of Life|Alice Meynell
Antonius would not consent to their touching Lepidus, but on the next day he began to cross the river with his army.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV|Aubrey Stewart
With lepidus, illepidus, uenustus, inuenustus they are his usual terms of literary praise and dispraise.The Oxford Book of Latin Verse|Various
The other competitor which Antony had to contend with was a distinguished Roman general named Lepidus.
He treated Lepidus himself, personally, with extreme politeness, and retained him as a subordinate under his command.
British Dictionary definitions for Lepidus
/ (ˈlɛpɪdəs) /
Marcus Aemilius (ˈmɑːkəs iːˈmɪlɪəs). died ?13 bc, Roman statesman: formed the Second Triumvirate with Octavian (later Augustus) and Mark Antony
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