noun, plural te·loi [tel-oi, tee-loi]. /ˈtɛl ɔɪ, ˈti lɔɪ/.
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Origin of telos
Words nearby telos
Example sentences from the Web for telos
He did not know what Telos meant; thought it was not Indian.
So viewed an instrumental agnosticism is also teleological, but not in any sense of a fixed and static telos.The Will to Doubt|Alfred H. Lloyd
Pinus resinosa (red pine), Telos and Grand Lake, a little afterwards here and there.
Chalcia is distant from Telos 80, from Carpathus 400 stadia, and about double this number from Astypalæa.
Nisyrus lies to the north of Telos, at the distance of about 60 stadia, which is its distance also from Cos.