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This god of the sea, who is somewhat like the Roman Neptune, carried a lightning trident and caused earthquakes.
He is represented in art as bearing the trident, and surrounded by his attendants and the inhabitants of the sea.
If he wishes a storm, he strikes upon the waves with his trident, and calls the winds, and the huge billows threaten the clouds.
Neptune struck the ground with his trident, and there sprang forth a horse, strong and noble.
Neptune with his trident had just produced the horse, that animal so strong and so useful to man.
Pent up forces in the west were loosed, and Neptune, deity of the ocean, with his three-pronged trident stalked abroad.
That on the right has a winged figure holding a trident; in the other, two figures bear a huge conch shell.
CATHEDRAL CITIES OF ITALYWILLIAM WIEHE COLLINS
The fourth figure represents two emblems of the male creator, a man and trident, and two of the female, a dolphin and ship.
One powerful man, however, had a regular trident, for which Mr. Hume offered many things without success.
There also is the region of the holder of the trident—a region that is celebrated over the world.

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION