Definition of 'aeon'
Example sentences containing 'aeon'
An aeon ago they swept down upon us, and the slaughter drove us from our homeland and into sin and degradation.A TIME OF WAR
What happened to his glamoured lands, or the images of lands, that he had spent an aeon building up no longer much concerned him.A TIME OF WAR
He did come across a few, and they made him feel as if he no longer belonged, as if an aeon had passed since he had been one of them.PASSION IN THE PEAK
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