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And they were surnamed Cyclopes (Orb-eyed) because one orbed eye was set in their foreheads.
HESIOD, THE HOMERIC HYMNS, AND HOMERICAHOMER AND HESIOD
His fatherly nature and his full-orbed glory are dwelt upon in adoring and glowing terms.
SUMERIAN HYMNSFREDERICK AUGUSTUS VANDERBURGH
A full orbed moon stood just atop the trees that lined the eastern rim of hills.
THE PURPLE FLAMEROY J. SNELL
Where the days when he removed himself, as it were, and watched his full-orbed creations careering in the intellectual void?
THE DIVINE FIREMAY SINCLAIR
In the morning light my angel sat, and her notes, full orbed and star-like, descended upon my brain.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 2 (OF 2)ELIZABETH SHEPPARD
Man has a noble destiny; and the full-orbed significance of this destiny has dawned on the sick-bound and sin-enslaved.
NO AND YESMARY BAKER EDDY
And no one of the rest neglected him, but they held their well-orbed shields before him.
THE ILIAD OF HOMER (1873)HOMER
While twilight still lingered in the west, gently fading into darkness, the moon rose in full orbed splendour.
GLEANINGS BY THE WAYJOHN A. CLARK
The silver rays of the full-orbed moon shed a majesty on each surrounding object.
ALIDAAMELIA STRATTON COMFIELD
Other lovers will gaze at this object, which, without my assistance, they will recognize as the silver-orbed moon.
PUNCHINELLO, VOL. II. NO. 38, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1870.VARIOUS

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