Related formsXen·o·phon·ti·an [zen-uh-fon-tee-uh n] /ˌzɛn əˈfɒn ti ən/, Xen·o·phon·tine [zen-uh-fon-tahyn, ‐tin] /ˌzɛn əˈfɒn taɪn, ‐tɪn/, adjective
Examples from the Web for xenophon
The native records lean towards the view of Xenophon and Moses.
At San Diego we were as much rejoiced as the followers of Xenophon to see the sea.Building a State in Apache Land|Charles D. Poston
Xenophon was an Athenian who lived about four hundred and fifty years before Christ.Stories of Great Men|Faye Huntington
When the Xenophon was nearly ready, the translators were asked to Brantwood in the summer of 1875 to finish it.Ruskin Relics|W. G. Collingwood
Next morning the captain of the Xenophon sent ashore for Lieutenant Matson to come aboard, as they were about to hoist anchor.Sustained honor|John R. Musick,