Olympian in a sentence

Short Example Sentence for Olympian

  • 1. But this Olympian heaven was really an afterthought.
  • 2. Life is an Olympian epigram made between immortal yawns.
  • 3. And, unhappily, one rose to their Olympian level at meals.
  • 4. Is not Olympian Jupiter our God?
  • 5. The Second Olympian Ode is perhaps the most fulsome.
  • 6. But, of course, these ladies do not belong to the Olympian sets.
  • 7. I took my two Olympian guests for the usual idle, visiting-day couple.
  • 8. Such violence the powers beneath will bear Not even from the Olympian gods.
  • 9. Dr. Parr affected the Olympian nod, and crowned or checkmated reputations.
  • 10. As for Michael, with his Olympian calm, he saw only the humorous side of it.
  • 11. He dwells there like Pallas in her Parthenon or Zeus in his Olympian temple.

How to use Olympian in a Sentence?

  • 1. The townspeople laughed with the inextinguishable laughter of the Olympian deities.
  • 2. The scholiast adds that sacrifice was offered to no one of the Olympian gods on this day.
  • 3. The Olympian council were they; divinities to whom the lesser clerks had never dared to speak.
  • 4. They called to Themistocles, they worshipped as if he were the Olympian himself.
  • 5. Another emblem of the Olympian god, more familiar even than the thunderbolt, is the eagle.
  • 6. A dazzling amphitheatre gleamed in the flank of a distant hill, cut for some Olympian audience.
  • 7. There is no doubt that Washington in his Olympian quiet took a real satisfaction in his election.
  • 8. And from thy harp olympian music flows, Of glacier heights and gleaming mountain dews.
  • 9. And Heaven had since taken on an Olympian colouring and diversity more complex and perplexing.
  • 10. In the second Olympian P. is telling of the blessedness of the souls that have overcome.
  • 11. Allured the Olympian gods from chrystal skies, Envying such lovely scenes to mortal man.
  • 12. More after-glow, much more, with the Olympian Mountains lying between us and the ocean.
  • 13. Homer furnished the sketch from which Phidias took his type of the Olympian Jupiter.
  • 14. Me too hast thou beheld with wondering eyes, That did the old Olympian world restore.
  • 15. And yet, on the other hand, it is quite as easy to exaggerate the Olympian aspect of Goethe.
  • 16. Wherefore may all the Olympian gods, one day, Plague them with stern requital for my wrong!
  • 17. He assumed the Olympian manner, and objected to being mistaken for a frequenter of the market-place.
  • 18. There are innumerable persons with eye-glasses and green garments who pray for the return of the maypole or the Olympian games.
  • 19. One by one, we were called up to the platform, where he sat enthroned in all the majesty of the Olympian king-god.
  • 20. It was like the descent of an Olympian god, and awestruck mortals fled swift-footed from the glory of his presence.
  • 21. Long-waisted and with a certain swing where it flowed down into straight hips, there was a bony, Olympian kind of bigness about her.
  • 22. When I was finally admitted, he rose and came halfway through his splendors of upholstery to give me an Olympian greeting.
  • 23. Apollo then speaks in the Olympian assembly, and threatens that if he is not avenged he will "go down to Hades and shine among the dead".
  • 24. The soil was identical, the climate; still, they would not bear the Olympian fruit, with its purple-lined jacket and its snow-white pulp.
  • 25. Another made what was evidently an inspection of troops by some Boche Olympian look like the riotous disorder of a Futurist painting.
  • 26. Great humming winds swept over the moor, driving flocks of Titanic clouds, an Olympian army in rout, before their fierce breath.
  • 27. At every click of the rails she was drawing nearer to that great world of which she had dreamed, a world of country houses inhabited by an Olympian order.