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Definition of Chare

  • A narrow street.
  • A chore; to chore; to do. See Char.

How to use chare in a sentence. Chare pronunciation.

They were also unsuccessful on the Hellespont from quarrels among their generals—Timotheus, Iphicrates, and Chares.
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Three expeditions were sent into Chalcidia, under the command of Chares, numbering altogether four thousand Athenians and ten thousand mercenaries.
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The Athenians fitted out a fleet and sent it under Chares to the Hellespont.
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The power of persuading and governing the people did, indeed, equally belong to both, so that those who had armies and camps at command stood in need of their assistance; as Chares, Diopithes, and Leosthenes did that of Demosthenes, and Pompey and young Caesar of Cicero's, as the latter himself admits in his Memoirs addressed to Agrippa and Maecenas.
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In this battle he was wounded in the thigh, Chares says by Darius, with whom he fought hand to hand.
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And does the meanest chares.
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And when thou hast done this chare, I'll give thee leave To play till doomsday.
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If Chares and Lysicles, the two generals you chose to conduct it, had commanded the Grecian forces at Marathon and Plataea we should have lost those battles.
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No more but in a Woman, and commanded By such poore passion, as the Maid that Milkes, And doe's the meanest chares.
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Examples of Chare

Example #1
The popular voice at Athens laid the blame of defeat on the two former unjustly, in consequence of which Timotheus was fined one hundred talents, the largest fine ever imposed at Athens, and shortly after died in exile—a distinguished man, who had signally maintained the honor and glory of his country.
Example #2
But it was a serious blow to the foreign ascendency of Athens, and in a battle to recover these islands, the Athenians, under Chabrias, were defeated at Chios.
Example #3
But they were powerless against the conquering arms of Philip, who completely overran and devastated the peninsula, taking thirty-two cities, and selling the people for slaves.
Example #4
In the year following, Athens made great exertions in behalf of Olynthus, and amid great financial embarrassments.
Example #5
Philip prosecuted, on his part, the siege of Perinthus, on the Propontis, with an army of thirty thousand men, with a great number of military engines.
Example #6
Philip, on his side, issued a manifesto declaring his wrongs, as is usual with conquerors, and announced his intention of revenge.