Sophocles

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Soph·o·cles

 (sŏf′ə-klēz′) 496?-406 bc.
Greek dramatist whose Oedipus Rex was described by Aristotle as the perfect tragedy. Among his other surviving plays are Ajax and Antigone.

Soph′o·cle′an adj.

Sophocles

(ˈsɒfəˌkliːz)
n
(Biography) ?496–406 bc, Greek dramatist; author of seven extant tragedies: Ajax, Antigone, Oedipus Rex, Trachiniae, Electra, Philoctetes, and Oedipus at Colonus
Sophoclean adj

Soph•o•cles

(ˈsɒf əˌkliz)

n.
495?–406? B.C., Greek playwright.
Soph`o•cle′an, adj.
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Translations

Sophocles

[ˈsɒfəkliːz] NSófocles

Sophocles

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Sophocles

[ˈsɒfəˌkliːz] nSofocle m