Definition of St. Simon
1. Noun. One of the twelve Apostles (first century).
Generic synonyms: Apostle, Saint
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Literary usage of St. Simon
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1. A General Collection of the Best and Most Interesting Voyages and Travels in by John Pinkerton (1811)
"Of St. Simon Sty lites, Daina, and feme other Places, in the way to Antioch. I TOOK leave of my friends at Aleppo, from whom I had received all manner of ..."
2. A Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Protestant Episcopal Church by John Henry Hobart, Robert Nelson (1851)
"Q. WHAT account is given of St. Simon ? A. St. Simon the Apostle was born, as some suppose, in Cana of Galilee, for which reason they conclude he was sur- ..."
3. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1872)
"gw be St. Simon. THE sternest critics of the literature of France, ... With a play on the words of his brother-noble, Byron, we may Bay that St. Simon, too, ..."
4. Socialism: Critical and Constructive by James Ramsay MacDonald (1921)
"St. Simon Comte Henri de St. Simon belonged to the French aristocracy and was born in 1760 in Paris. He was of the romantically quaint type of humanity, ..."