[ spahr-tahy, -tee ]
/ ˈspɑr taɪ, -ti /
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noun (used with a plural verb)
Classical Mythology. a group of fully armed warriors who sprang from the dragon's teeth that Cadmus planted.
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Words nearby Sparti
Spartacist, Spartacus, Spartan, Spartanburg, sparteine, Sparti, Spartiate, spar varnish, sparver, spar with, spasm
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How to use Sparti in a sentence
In Thebes, the race of Sparti were believed to have sprung from a field sown with dragons' teeth.