sibylline

[ sib-uh-leen, -lahyn, -lin ]SEE DEFINITION OF sibylline

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In the Sibylline Leaves, 1829, the last five lines were replaced.

It is a Sibylline answer which nowise prejudices what he may do in future.

And was it founded in obedience to some Sibylline direction?

The Sibylline oracle forbade restoring the king "with a multitude."

Sibylline Books; and the six books of the Republic of Cicero.

Such were the authors of apocalypses and sibylline writings.

In all the sibylline books is there anything stronger than the words 'I will'?

He has also been deemed the forger of the Sibylline oracles.

The thoughts of these men are like the Sibylline leaves, profound but lost.

The very comparison with her tends to divest the others of the Sibylline character.

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