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Lucullus

[ loo-kuhl-uhs ]
/ luˈkʌl əs /
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noun
Lucius Li·cin·i·us [li-sin-ee-uhs], /lɪˈsɪn i əs/, c110–57? b.c., Roman general and epicure.
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Lucullus
/ (luːˈkʌləs) /

noun
Lucius Licinius (ˈluːsɪəs lɪˈsɪnɪəs). ?110–56 bc, Roman general and consul, famous for his luxurious banquets. He fought Mithradates VI (74–66)

Derived forms of Lucullus

Lucullan, Lucullean (ˌluːkʌˈlɪən) or Lucullian, adjective
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