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synonyms for decemvirate

  • decade
  • decagon
  • decapod
  • decennary
  • decennium
  • decemvir
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How to use decemvirate in a sentence

The decemvirate instituted at Rome; the Twelve Tables of law framed.
THE GREAT EVENTS BY FAMOUS HISTORIANS, VOL. 2VARIOUS
Two years were spent by this commission, and upon their return in 452 the above mentioned Decemvirate was appointed.
HISTORY OF ROME FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES DOWN TO 476 ADROBERT F. PENNELL
The lore was complete about the time of the decemvirate, but decreta must have been continually added (p. 23).
THE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE OF THE ROMAN PEOPLEW. WARDE FOWLER
On the whole we may put the great period of the college between the decemvirate and the war with Hannibal.
THE RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE OF THE ROMAN PEOPLEW. WARDE FOWLER
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capacitor

WORDS RELATED TO DECEMVIRATE

  • decade
  • decagon
  • decapod
  • decemvir
  • decemvirate
  • decennary
  • decennium
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