Calypso In A Sentence

Definition of Calypso

(intransitive) To perform calypso. | A bulbous bog orchid of the genus Calypso, Calypso bulbosa | A light blue color. (Can we add an example for this sense?)

How To Use Calypso In A Sentence?

  • Through meditations patient and prolonged Calypso had succeeded in adding coquetry to love.
  • Therefore the interference of Hermes between Odysseus and Calypso is full of significance.
  • The humble fisher lass upon the rock, Into Calypso of the shining hair, love-born!
  • The deduction is so pleasant that the views of the saint concerning Circe and Calypso would be of interest.
  • How, then, can Calypso be anything else than death, as she dwells there in her cave, by the shores of the sea?

Short & Simple Example Sentence For Calypso | Calypso Sentence

  • Take, for instance, the life with Calypso and with Circe.
  • Music that might have charmed Calypso and her nymphs, is his.
  • DAVID H. Calypso Island.
  • Pendant qu'il parlait, Calypso regardait Mentor.
  • The Island of Calypso and the shipwreck on the coast of Phaeocia.
  • KELLER, DAVID H. Calypso Island.

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