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Pronunciation: [sɪˈɒn] (IPA)

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    • Proper noun, singular

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Usage examples for Sion

To sit on some high hill and look down on Bath, sun-flushed or half veiled in mist; to lounge on Camden Crescent, or climb sion Hill, or take my ease with the water-drinkers in the spacious, comfortable Pump Room; or, better still, to rest at noon in the ancient abbey-all this was pleasure pure and simple, a quiet drifting back until I found myself younger by five years than I had taken myself to be.
"Afoot in England"
W.H. Hudson
The original manuscripts are said to have been in the possession of Llywelyn sion, a Bard of Glamorgan, about 1560. Barddas shows considerable Christian influence, yet in its essential teachings is sufficiently distinct.
"The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries"
W. Y. Evans Wentz
Proper division: in-tend, pro-pose, superin-tendent, expres-sion.
"Practical Grammar and Composition"
Thomas Wood

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