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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In zoology, a superordinal group; a division of animals ranking between a class and an order.

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Examples

  • Enough to make a formidable front while ever they can march agmen.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Utcunque vel undecunque malum hoc originem ducat, non ultra quaeram, ex his primordiis caepit vitiorum colluvies, omnis calamitas, omne miseriarum agmen in Ecclesiam invehitur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Enough to make a formidable front while ever they can march agmen.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Porro ciconiae quonam a loco veniant, quo se conferant, incompertum adhuc, agmen venientium, descendentium, ut gruum venisse cernimus, nocturnis opinor temporibus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cumberland, Newcastle, and Devonshire, have no better troops to attack with than the militia; but Pitt alone is ipse agmen.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • [284] The army was drawn up in battle array facing the north, so that, if it resumed its march westward, the part which formed the left wing became the head of the column (_agmen_).

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Forte, serenati qua stat plaga lactea caeli, alma Venus thalamo pulsa modo nocte iacebat amplexu duro Getici resoluta mariti. fulcra torosque deae tenerum premit agmen Amorum; signa petunt, quas ferre faces, quae pectora figi55 imperet; an terris saeuire an malit in undis, an miscere deos an adhuc uexare Tonantem. ipsi animus nondum nec cordi fixa uoluntas. fessa iacet stratis, ubi quondam conscia culpae

    The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla

  • VNDE haec, unde haec flamma exoritur? incede, adsunt, me expetit agmen. fer mi auxilium, pestem abige a me, flammiferam hanc uim quae me excruciat. caerulea incinctae angui incedunt, 5 circumstant cum ardentibus taedis.

    Dramatic Fragments Alcmaeon

  • Caesar decimam legiōnem laudātūrus ad prīmum agmen prōgressus est.

    Latin for Beginners

  • Adpropinquanteēs cōpiīs hostium agmen ita dispōnēbant

    Latin for Beginners

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