But if briareus could have clapped hands, he could scarcely have made more noise than Harry at the end of the piece.
Indeed, they rushed at him in a way that none but briareus himself could have satisfied.
briareus, armed to the teeth, would not affright our modern dowagers, or deter them from their prey.
I doubt whether briareus with his hundred hands could do more than a steward does with two.
If he had had the hands of briareus, he could not have worn them all.
If she had as many hands as what's his name, the fellow in the mythology,—briareus, wasn't it?
If he had possessed the hands of briareus, they would have been full already.
Here live and labor briareus and Cyclops of modern mythology.
When the Olympians, as briareus thinks it necessary to remind you, fled, I was your leader.
Thetis brought the hundred-handed briareus to the help of the outnumbered and over-mastered Zeus.
hundred-handed giant in Greek mythology, from Greek briaros "strong, stout."