Simonides







Simonides


Simonides [sahy-mon-i-deez] Examples noun

  1. 556?–468? b.c., Greek poet.

Also called Simonides of Ceos [see-os] /ˈsi ɒs/. Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019 Examples from the Web for simonides Historical Examples of simonides

  • Quite correct, Socrates, if Simonides is to be believed, said Polemarchus interposing.

    The Republic

    Plato

  • When Simonides said that the repayment of a debt was justice, he did not mean to include that case?

    The Republic

    Plato

  • Then now, I said, I will endeavour to explain to you my opinion about this poem of Simonides.

    Protagoras

    Plato

  • Prodicus, I said, Simonides is a countryman of yours, and you ought to come to his aid.

    Protagoras

    Plato

  • Let us ask Prodicus, for he ought to be able to answer questions about the dialect of Simonides.

    Protagoras

    Plato

  • British Dictionary definitions for simonides Simonides noun

    1. ?556–?468 bc, Greek lyric poet and epigrammatist, noted for his odes to victory

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