Definition of Sybarites

1. Noun. (plural of Sybarite) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of sybarite) ¹

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Definition of Sybarites

1. sybarite [n] - See also: sybarite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sybarites

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swungen
swunk
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swype
swyped
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swythe
swyve
swyved
swyves
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sybarite
sybarites (current term)
sybaritic
sybaritical
sybaritically
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sybaritisms
sybbe
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sybil
sybilline
sybils
sybo
syboe
syboes
sybotic

Literary usage of Sybarites

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1. Herodotus by Herodotus, William Beloe (1830)
"At this period, as is reported, the sybarites, under the conduct of Telys, their king, meditated an attack on the inhabitants of Crotona : apprehensive of ..."

2. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation by George Grote (1862)
"On the demand of the sybarites being refused, Telys marched against Kroton at the head of a force which is reckoned at 300000 men.2 He marched, too, ..."

3. The Empresses of Rome by Joseph McCabe (1911)
"CHAPTER XI THE WIVES OF THE sybarites AS Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus had been equal in Imperial power, and both were married, we have one more Empress ..."

4. Solitude Considered: With Respect to Its Influence Upon the Mind and the by Johann Georg Zimmermann (1795)
"We who honour in fo high a degree the courage of the warrior, why, like effeminate sybarites, do the foldings of a rofe-bud trouble our ..."

5. The Century Book of the American Colonies: The Story of the Pilgrimage of a by Elbridge Streeter Brooks (1900)
"And Bert the scholar, always ready to air his information, explained to Jack that the sybarites were an Italian people of old Greek colonial days, ..."

6. Herodotus by Herodotus, William Beloe (1830)
"At this period, as is reported, the sybarites, under the conduct of Telys, their king, meditated an attack on the inhabitants of Crotona : apprehensive of ..."

7. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation by George Grote (1862)
"On the demand of the sybarites being refused, Telys marched against Kroton at the head of a force which is reckoned at 300000 men.2 He marched, too, ..."

8. The Empresses of Rome by Joseph McCabe (1911)
"CHAPTER XI THE WIVES OF THE sybarites AS Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus had been equal in Imperial power, and both were married, we have one more Empress ..."

9. Solitude Considered: With Respect to Its Influence Upon the Mind and the by Johann Georg Zimmermann (1795)
"We who honour in fo high a degree the courage of the warrior, why, like effeminate sybarites, do the foldings of a rofe-bud trouble our ..."

10. The Century Book of the American Colonies: The Story of the Pilgrimage of a by Elbridge Streeter Brooks (1900)
"And Bert the scholar, always ready to air his information, explained to Jack that the sybarites were an Italian people of old Greek colonial days, ..."

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