Thesaurus / sibyl
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Erythræ was the native place of the Sibyl, an ancient inspired prophetess.
The den of the sibyl was much darker than the antechamber; the color of the walls could scarcely be distinguished.
UNCONSCIOUS COMEDIANSHONORE DE BALZAC
I should mention, however, that it was quite impossible Sibyl could know me.
As a test of Sibyl's clairvoyance, this was not very satisfactory.
My first modest person was a Spirit Photographer; my second was a Sibyl.
I wrote to the Sibyl, and somebody replied, and "respectfully declined."
Sibyl had not yet moved off, but was standing with her mouth slightly gaping and her round eyes full of horror.
“Oh, if you begin to talk in enigmas I for one shall cease to be your friend,” answered Sibyl.
The bit of wood would satisfy the girls, for Sibyl had said that Betty had doubtless found some wood.
Punctual to the minute the guests arrived—Sibyl Ray in her vivid-green dress, with the marguerites in her hair.
WORDS RELATED TO SIBYL
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