Oread

NOUN
  1. (Greek mythology) one of the mountain nymphs
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How To Use Oread In A Sentence

  • Genesis Energy Chief Executive, Murray Jackson swops his ‘captain of industry hat ‘for a toreador's montera this week assisted by Carmen opera star, Jessie Raven.’
  • In skintight toreador pants, she manages to make the world's most famous come-on out of a simple walkaway , and Marilyn's face, by popular standards, is as spectacular as her figure.
  • Villagers face forward into the square to see the toreadors who march behind them.
  • The three microreaders available in the Library are fully occupied most of the time.
  • The playful musicians, the nightclub style and habit, the interplay with the women, secondary but necessary foils for the cock of the walk antics of the musicians, are bested perhaps only by a toreador in his prime.
  • Then came the bullfights, except that the toreadors, being slaves or convicts, had been given no chance to practice, so the bull usually gored them to death.
  • Thereafter Jurgen came upon a considerable commotion in the bushes, where a satyr was at play with an oread. Jurgen A Comedy of Justice
  • The RFID microreaders, RFID tags and EDTP readers are not available locally.
  • Periodicals, newspapers, microforms and microreaders are on the fourth floor.
  • Better to have had the brilliant young conductor Philippe Jordan on stage, seen at the start wielding his baton like a toreador with his sword.
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