pantheon

[ pan-thee-on, -uh n or, esp. British, pan-thee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF pantheon
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One of these was the Pantheon, a temple which was afterward a Christian church.

The legitimate Gods in his Pantheon are always in the wrong.

The Pantheon is the finest example of a domed hall which we have left.

It would be just like the Pantheon, he thought, to pull a lousy trick like that.

The pantheon of the north, as we have seen, was derived from the south.

Bunene,in Nabubaliddin's pantheon, 162;in proper names of the 2d Bab.

Pantheon, divisions and development, 48-50;sources, 51;comparison betw.

The Hindu has a pantheon to which he can, with some show of consistency, invite Christ.

Beauty was Gautier's only idol; Mérimée had more of a pantheon.

I worship in the "Pantheon;" all are alike to me, of course.

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