Selene

[ US /səˈɫin/ ]
NOUN
  1. a genus of Carangidae
  2. (Greek mythology) goddess of the Moon in ancient mythology; identified with Roman Luna
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How To Use Selene In A Sentence

  • Selene was the moon - goddess, and it was because of her that Mount Latmus was so beautiful.
  • He didn't notice Selene when she stepped to his side, so she nudged him with her elbow.
  • There is a mineral called selenite which is also named after the word selene; however, selenite does not contain selenium. Selenium
  • Selene had been convinced from the first of the bootlessness of the attempt, and was now anxious to bring the transaction to a speedy conclusion, as the hour was approaching when she and Arsinoe had to go to the papyrus factory. The Emperor — Volume 04
  • On the evening of November 11, there was a brilliant paraselene, two distinct halos and eight false moons being visible in the southern sky. The North Pole Its Discovery in 1909 under the auspices of the Peary Arctic Club
  • SHIFT (6) Afrophile adj. decorative aposelene projectual diplotene, aposelenium psychedelicize, adj. biotron v. dirty quadriphony quadriphonics dustoff reticulosis punch-up technopolis quantized, skim INITIAL AFFIXATIONS (20) adj. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XV No 1
  • All day it has been blowing hard, 30 to 60 miles an hour; it has never looked very dark overhead, but a watery cirrus has been in evidence for some time, causing well marked paraselene. Scott's Last Expedition Volume I
  • But unlike the wolf who's eyes Selene was seeing through, this one was wearing a muzzle and was chained to the wall.
  • Or I'll sick Selene on you, who is completely psychotic in case you didn't notice
  • In life, Cleopatra Selene survived the machinations around her and became queen to King Juba of Numidia, in North Africa; in this absorbing historical novel, she becomes a woman with a tenacity and heart that would have made her famous mother proud. A Kingdom of Wonder, For Those With Eyes to See
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