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Lysander

[ lahy-san-der ]

noun

  1. died 395 b.c., Spartan naval commander and statesman.


Lysander

/ laɪˈsændə /

noun

  1. Lysander395 bcMSpartanMILITARY: naval commander died 395 bc , Spartan naval commander of the Peloponnesian War


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Spartan admirals quickly trained themselves for a new kind of war, and one of them, Lysander, mastered it very quickly.

Mr. Croker remembered Lysander; and, being thus hedged and hemmed about, sought safety by nominating Mr. Shepard.

I gave up my horse, saddle and bridle, and also my rifle and sword for Brother Lysander Gee to use in defense of our city.

She knew that, when Lysander was well and free from pain, nothing pleased him so much as to tease her till she wept.

There was plenty of cloth in the chests, which Lysander could divide among the buffoons at the next fair in Syracuse.

"You shall receive from me, on the day of your departure, the same sum and a matron's blue robe," said Lysander.

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