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The first winner, Lucius Licinus Lucullus, still bequeathes to our language the adjective "lucullan."
In the book, Buddy wrote that Lucius proposed a deal: he would give their mother money in exchange for sex.
According to the book, Jodie was conceived after the couple split and their mother went to Lucius for child-support money.
Nothing that she could say would induce Lucius to make himself acceptable to Sir Peregrine.Orley Farm|Anthony Trollope
Sir Lucius Grafton was well aware of the magic of his beauty, and used his charms to betray, as if he were a woman.The Young Duke|Benjamin Disraeli
"Better for once than even the mighty comedy of the palace," said Lucius Varius.
The quiet respectful foreign servant showed by no word or gesture that he held the key to the mystery of Lucius Haggard's birth.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume III (of 3)|Charles James Wills
“The priests must be hiding the Hermetic wisdom on purpose,” said Lucius.The Tour|Louis Couperus
Word Origin and History for lucius
masc. proper name; see Lucian.