Related formsXen·o·crat·ic [zen-uh-krat-ik] /ˌzɛn əˈkræt ɪk/, Xe·noc·ra·te·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for xenocrates
At the age of eighteen he went to Athens, where the Platonic school was flourishing under the lead of Xenocrates.
Plato advised Xenocrates, a man rather austere but in all other respects a fine fellow, to sacrifice to the Graces.Plutarch's Morals|Plutarch
Accordingly, there were some laws for banquets laid down by Xenocrates, in the Academy, and again by Aristotle.
It is found in the theories of Speusippus, Xenocrates, and also to some extent in those of the Peripatetics.
He afterwards succeeded his master, sent for both Aristotle and Xenocrates, and treated them with kindness.