Varro

[var-oh]
noun
  1. Marcus Te·ren·ti·us [tuh-ren-shee-uh s, -shuh s] /təˈrɛn ʃi əs, -ʃəs/, c116–27? b.c., Roman scholar and author.
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Examples from the Web for varro

Historical Examples of varro

  • It is hardly possible that the author of the book made these references to Varro.

  • Varro sounded the praise of drunkenness in terms no less pathetic.

    Ebrietatis Encomium

    Boniface Oinophilus

  • When they are gone, I will fight Varro on the rostra, in the Senate.

    The Lion's Brood

    Duffield Osborne

  • The red flag fluttered in the breeze above the tent of Varro.

    The Lion's Brood

    Duffield Osborne

  • They reminded him of the beeves in the shambles of the elder Varro.

    The Lion's Brood

    Duffield Osborne


British Dictionary definitions for varro

Varro

noun
  1. Marcus Terentius (ˈmɑːkəs təˈrɛntɪəs). 116–27 bc, Roman scholar and satirist
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