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Lu·cre·tius

 (lo͞o-krē′shəs, -shē-əs) Full name Titus Lucretius Carus. 96?-55? bc.
Roman philosopher and poet. His long poem On the Nature of Things expounds the atomistic physics of Epicurus in order to free its readers of superstition and the fear of death.

Lu·cre′tian (-shən) adj.

Lucretius

(luːˈkriːʃɪəs)
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(Biography) full name Titus Lucretius Carus. ?96–55 bc, Roman poet and philosopher. In his didactic poem De rerum natura, he expounds Epicurus' atomist theory of the universe
Luˈcretian adj

Lu•cre•tius

(luˈkri ʃəs)

n.
(Titus Lucretius Carus) 97?–54 B.C., Roman poet and philosopher.
Lu•cre′tian, adj.
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Lucretius

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