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symposiac

[ sim-poh-zee-ak ]
/ sɪmˈpoʊ ziˌæk /
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adjective
of, relating to, or suitable for a symposium.
noun
a symposium.
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Origin of symposiac

1575–85; <Latin symposiacus<Greek symposiakós.See symposium, -ac
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British Dictionary definitions for symposiac

symposiac
/ (sɪmˈpəʊzɪˌæk) /

adjective
of, suitable for, or occurring at a symposium
noun
an archaic word for symposium

Word Origin for symposiac

C17: from Latin symposiacus; see symposium
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