colophon

[ kol-uh-fon, -fuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF colophon

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Prophets and prophetesses fasted at Miletus, Colophon, and other places.

She was a nymph once, they say—the daughter of Idmon the dyer, of Colophon, a city of Lydia.

Must I be torn from hence and thrown With frontispiece and colophon!

The colophon is a real masterpiece and a witty criticism of the play as well.

Dionysios of Colophon and Pauson have already been spoken of.

With the subjugation of Colophon the successes of Alyattes ended.

This Bible, as appears from the colophon, was finished on this day, 1535.

In his colophon to the Rmpr Dwn, it is a parallel of ashr, poems.

This colophon is preceded by 'Tregentyll,' and followed by 'Chaucer.'

Of course, there is no need to word the colophon always in this manner.

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