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How to use cyclopes in a sentence

He stood with Robin in a little glade in the Land of the Cyclopes.
A WORLD CALLED CRIMSONDARIUS JOHN GRANGER
So far they had seen nothing of the Cyclopes who lived in this part of the world.
A WORLD CALLED CRIMSONDARIUS JOHN GRANGER
That was after we read about the Cyclopes in the Ulysses story in our encyclopedia.
A WORLD CALLED CRIMSONDARIUS JOHN GRANGER
And they were surnamed Cyclopes (Orb-eyed) because one orbed eye was set in their foreheads.
HESIOD, THE HOMERIC HYMNS, AND HOMERICAHOMER AND HESIOD
But House People are very blind about some things, and often act as if they had only one eye apiece, like the Cyclopes.
CITIZEN BIRDMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT AND ELLIOTT COUES
We Cyclopes do not care about Jove or any of your blessed gods, for we are ever so much stronger than they.
THE ODYSSEYHOMER
This, indeed, is the reverse of that which is fabled of the Cyclopes, whose history equally relates to edifices.
A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME II. (OF VI.)JACOB BRYANT
This, I imagine, is the meaning of Apollo's slaying the Cyclopes with his arrows.
A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME II. (OF VI.)JACOB BRYANT
The gigantic Cyclopes were originally Ophit, who worshipped the symbolical serpent.
A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME II. (OF VI.)JACOB BRYANT
The Cyclopes of Tiryns were seven, as we learn from Strabo; because the towers probably were in number so many.
A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME II. (OF VI.)JACOB BRYANT

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