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Xenocrates

[ zuh-nok-ruh-teez ]
/ zəˈnɒk rəˌtiz /
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noun
396–314 b.c., Greek philosopher.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Xenocrates

Xen·o·crat·ic [zen-uh-krat-ik], /ˌzɛn əˈkræt ɪk/, Xe·noc·ra·te·an, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Xenocrates

Xenocrates
/ (zɛˈnɒkrəˌtiːz) /

noun
?396–314 bc, Greek Platonic philosopher

Derived forms of Xenocrates

Xenocratic (ˌzɛnəˈkrætɪk), adjective
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