Definition of "sion" [sion]

  • Obsolete spelling of scion. (noun)

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Use "sion" in a sentence
  • "“Tele­vi­sion is the medium of our time,” he says."
  • "I took a dif­fer­ent con­clu­sion from the Cato round­table: not that inequal­ity doesn’t mat­ter, but that “inequal­ity” is a rather broad term to describe fairly dis­crete con­cepts."
  • "My own impres­sion is that Oprah’s cho­sen her books more care­fully as the book club’s grown and that the plots and lit­er­ary styles have become more var­ied over time and as her sense of both her own effect on the lit­er­ary mar­ket and her read­ers’ tastes and inter­ests have grown."
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