[ var-oh ]
/ ˈvær oʊ /
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Marcus Te·ren·ti·us [tuh-ren-shee-uhs, -shuhs], /təˈrɛn ʃi əs, -ʃəs/, c116–27? b.c., Roman scholar and author.
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Words nearby Varro
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How to use Varro in a sentence
When they are gone, I will fight Varro on the rostra, in the Senate.
The red flag fluttered in the breeze above the tent of Varro.
They reminded him of the beeves in the shambles of the elder Varro.
The only difficulty of this passage is, that Quintilian tells us, that this satire of Varro was of a former kind.
For how can we possibly imagine this to be, since Varro, who was contemporary to Cicero, must consequently be after Lucilius?
British Dictionary definitions for Varro
/ (ˈværəʊ) /
Marcus Terentius (ˈmɑːkəs təˈrɛntɪəs). 116–27 bc, Roman scholar and satirist
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