noun, plural phy·lae [fahy-lee]. /ˈfaɪ li/.
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Origin of phyle
OTHER WORDS FROM phylephylic, adjective
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How to use phyle in a sentence
Presently Thrasybulus, with about seventy followers, sallied out from Thebes, and made himself master of the fortress of Phyle.
With this object a protecting force was despatched to the "boundary estates," about two miles south of Phyle.
When you chose to condemn the ten generals, my phyle supplied the Prytanes, and I alone stood out against you.
There was Professor Phyle, the celebrated phrenologist—a tall man, with a gaunt face and long gray hair.
Professor Phyle, who had stuck his head out of the curtains, drew it in again suddenly, like the timid turtle.