The sea brightened, and the circean promontory soon glowed with purple.
But the deadly Sirens are in all things opposed to the circean power.
The circean witchery and enticement is all on the part of the dog-germ, not in the inclination of the molecules.
Shame to him when he dallies in the circean Hall of the senses!
But the deadly Sirens are all things opposed to the circean power.
She saves her companions from the circean enchantments, and she withholds them from the embraces of the Sirens.
Physical beauty of every sort was a snare, a circean enchantment, to be valiantly contended with and straitly eschewed.
The representatives of the drama seem instantaneously transformed by some circean potion into beings of a lower type.
We dined this day at Terracina, heretofore the famous Anxur, which stands upon a very eminent promontory, the circean by name.
De Quincey, under the influence of the "circean spells" of opium, was making Blackwood a power in the land.
enchantress of the isle of Aea who transformed into swine those who drank from her cup ("Odyssey"), late 14c., from Latin Circe, from Greek Kirke. Related: Circean.