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Creüsa

[kree-oo-suh]
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noun Classical Mythology.
  1. the bride to be of Jason, slain by Medea.
  2. a daughter of Priam and the wife of Aeneas who disappeared in the flight from Troy.
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Historical Examples

  • Creusa, however, endeavored to calm and quiet him by soothing words.

    Romulus, Makers of History

    Jacob Abbott

  • Lastly, on the dish before Miss Creusa there reposed three potatoes.

    Orley Farm

    Anthony Trollope

  • His heart is bleeding at the loss of Creusa, of Helen, of Troy.

  • Just when they were preparing for an assault, the prætor came up from Creusa.

  • Then he looked back, and to his horror Creusa was nowhere to be seen.