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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • An island of southeast Greece in the Cyclades Islands of the Aegean Sea. It is a popular resort.

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  • proper n. An island of the Cyclades, Greece.

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Examples

  • Pauline Collins enjoys the loving touch of Tom Conti's "Greek" waiter on-board a yacht in Mykonos.

    Film-inspired holidays: The Journey of self-discovery

  • The island has kept its Greek heritage as well as integrating the international jet set and hordes of Italian tourists that call Mykonos home for the summer.

    Leon Logothetis: Island Life: Mykonos, Greece

  • The killings that became known as the Mykonos affair finally broke the political impasse, culminating in the Iranian leadership being officially accused for the first time of involvement in international terror and murder.

    The Secret War with Iran

  • Then I called for takeout from the tiny Greek place up the street, a blue-and-white stucco box called Mykonos whose Salvadoran short-order cooks served up the garlickiest spanakopita, dolmades, and tsatziki this side of the Aegean.

    Sugar Skull

  • Mykonos, which is getting increasing notice in the online security world, is one of the few companies offering these types of solutions for third-party websites.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • The track "Mykonos," from their 2008 EP Sun Giant, has some retro greatness going on.

    Phil Ramone and Danielle Evin: Dog Ears Music: Volume Eighteen

  • I think I posted one of their songs, "Mykonos", as a favorite for a previous year.

    Best of 2009: Album of the Year (or: The Music Post, 2009)

  • Santorini tends to get crowded in August as does Mykonos which is the party island.

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  • The Germans went on to prove that the Islamic Republic murdered people in its notorious "Mykonos" operation in Berlin.

    Global Terror On The Horizon

  • That means thick yet spacious harmonies that recall the Foxes' "Mykonos" and a burst of aggression near the end to let you know they're not content to merely copy.

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