bacchus

IPA: bˈækɪs

Root Word: Bacchus

noun

  • (Roman mythology) Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and vivid social gatherings.

Examples of "bacchus" in Sentences

  • BACCHUS is not an abolitionist movement.
  • He is a son and a cup bearer of the god Bacchus.
  • Bacchus placed Icarius in the stars to honor him.
  • Recommending that Bacchus beads be merged into this article.
  • The link between Bacchus and Hercules is confirmed by the figure of Silenus.
  • Away with the barbarous custom, and protect modest Bacchus from bloody frays.

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