lorelei

[ lawr-uh-lahy; German loh-ruh-lahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF lorelei

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These three were learning to feel the charms of the Lorelei legend as I had felt it.

Well, in the future the siren should chant her Lorelei songs to deaf ears.

"I've got no parents; and my name is Lorelei," answered the mermaiden.

"I haven't got any home now," said Lorelei, smiling at the lady's tone.

Her hair of a Lorelei was demurely coiled and wound about her little head.

He has come on board 'Lorelei' to be our skipper, hasn't he?

And I will refresh the reader's memory by printing the legend of the Lorelei, too.

The story of “Lurline” closely follows the old legend of the “Lorelei.”

I suppose its the Lorelei; maybe he dreams hes on the Rhine!

She was intended to beat the 'Lorelei,' but she never could do anything when sailing against her.

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