Definition of Cides
1. cide [v] - See also: cide
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Literary usage of Cides
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Athens, Its Rise and Fall: With Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1852)
"Phere- cides.—Xanthus.—View of the Life and Writings of Herodotus. —Progress of Philosophy since Thaïes.—Philosophers of the Ionian and Eleatic Schools. ..."
2. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1870)
"In the meantime, King Robert III., having lost his cides son David by the treacherous cruelty of his brother the Duke of Albany, to secure the life of his ..."
3. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest. With by William Smith (1897)
"2. Oratory. Circumstances which favoured it at Athens. § 3. Its Sicilian origin. § 4. The ten Attic orators : Antiphon, Ando- cides, Lysias, Isocrates, ..."
4. A History of Greece, from the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest by William Smith, George Washington Greene (1890)
"8 2. Orator}'. Circumstances which favoured it at Athens. § 3. Its Sicilian origin. § 4. The ten Attic orators: Antiphon, Ando- cides, Ly Bias, Isocrates, ..."