[ US /ˈkɛɹən/ ]
- (Greek mythology) the ferryman who brought the souls of the dead across the river Styx or the river Acheron to Hades
How To Use Charon In A Sentence
- The mass of Pluto is now known accurately since a satellite Charon has been discovered.
- Charon gives a copy of session key to the service, and a copy to the user.
- The only one with a regular revenue stream seemed to be Charon's ferry service, no shortage of dead people willing to pay the required obol to get across.
- O Charon! the wafter of all souls to bliss or bane! The Hesperides & Noble Numbers: Vol. 1 and 2
- If there be ut sapientibus placit, and equine elysium, I will send to Charon the brass coin, the fee for Dicks passage over, and on the other side of the Styx in those shadowy clover-fields he may nibble blossoms forever. Haskell's Account of the Battle of Gettysburg. Paras. 126-146
- There are three main ways that Charon's surface supply of crystalline ice could have been replenished.
- One gets him a young wife, another a courtesan, and when he can scarce lift his leg over a sill, and hath one foot already in Charon's boat, when he hath the trembling in his joints, the gout in his feet, a perpetual rheum in his head, a continuate cough, Anatomy of Melancholy
- Muchos marcharon por convicción, pero otros marcharon pq el amigo, la novia, etc estaban ahi - en otras palabras por evento social -. Much More Needed Than a March
- Charon would look on from his rowing boat as you used your X-ray plate for a rudder. THE OPEN DOOR
- Charon said in a challenging voice, reaching back to replace the handkerchief. WITHOUT REMORSE