Delphi

[ US /ˈdɛɫfaɪ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an ancient Greek city on the slopes of Mount Parnassus; site of the oracle of Delphi
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How To Use Delphi In A Sentence

  • A year later, in ‘L' Allegro ’, the delphic element had disappeared, and Milton's cheerful man heard ‘Sweetest Shakespeare, fancy's child Warble his native woodnotes wild’.
  • She even formed an American touring troupe with the distinguished George Washington Smith, America's first, and aptly named, premier danseur, who taught ballet in Philadelphia until his death in 1899.
  • Scepticism failed to save her from scenting danger in the ardent courtship of a rich young Philadelphian.
  • I gave my ideas on "playwriting" again at Philadelphia, and was told just before I began that there were several dramatists in the room, including the author of Madame Butterfly. Our Irish Theatre: A Chapter of Autobiography
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art For drawings, such as this farmscape, James Castle would use soot and saliva for ink. Images from a Life of Silence
  • Calderon sat out the final quarter with what he called a hamstring cramp in Wednesday's loss to the Sixers in Philadelphia. Tsn.ca Top Stories RSS
  • PHILADELPHIA mdash; When Davida Johnson walked into Dr. Kermit Gosnell's clinic to get an abortion in 2001, she saw what she described as dazed women... Horrific Abortion Clinic Accused Of Leaving Women Near Death
  • I have a chapter on Shakespeare and Macbeth; there's the chapter about Ancient Greece, a chapter about Delphi and sibyls in Grecian-Roman times.
  • Unlike his characters, known for galumphing around European capitols, his team is on a far more appreciable quest of rooting though Washington, Philadelphia and New York.
  • Louisa M. Alcott , American novelist, author of Little Women, was born in Philadelphia.
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