- n. Plural form of agon.
“I know that this is a difficult question to be asked by a student of yours, but how do you respond to the agons of the classroom in which the students often compete against each other for the regard of the teacher and seem to identify with his or her desire?”
“The pact of peace between the di-agons had seemed a good idea at the time.”
“In case you're new to online competitions, comps, or "compos" as they are sometimes called, these are not furious masculinist agons; they are mainly excuses for people to complete games and have them played by a bunch of people.”
“• D.agons down Austin: J.D. Ehringer led Silver Creek's batting order, going 3-for-3 to lead the host D.agons past Austin 11-7.”
“These agons affirm the past and present vitality of dualistic truth-seeking.”
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