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Trachiniae

[ truh-kin-ee-ee ]
/ trəˈkɪn iˌi /
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noun
a tragedy (c430 b.c.) by Sophocles.
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How to use Trachiniae in a sentence

  • The most lovable woman in Greek literature is the heroine of the next play, the Trachiniae, produced at an uncertain date.

  • In the Trachiniae is another, outraged as Medea was, yet forgiving.

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