Sicyon [sish-ee-on, sis-] Examples noun
- an ancient city in S Greece, near Corinth.
Related formsSic·y·o·ni·an [sis-ee-oh-nee-uh n] /ˌsɪs iˈoʊ ni ən/, adjective, noun Examples from the Web for sicyon Historical Examples of sicyon
Euphron, taking fright at these proceedings, fled for safety to the harbour-town of Sicyon.
After all was over the one party retired to Sicyon and the other withdrew into their city.
The oracle said: “Own all there is between Sicyon and Corinth.”
P. T. Barnum
Such were the tyrants of Sicyon, spoken of in our last tale.
The Romans referred the assessment of damages to an Achaean court at Sicyon.
British Dictionary definitions for sicyon Sicyon noun
- an ancient city in S Greece, in the NE Peloponnese near Corinth: declined after 146 bc