On a voyage to consult the Delphic oracle, he was shipwrecked.
The Bible is not a book of puzzles, a Delphic oracle, to be read in any way suited to the occasion or desires.
The Delphic oracle was the kindest of the nicknames which the literary taste of Windermere conferred upon the new journal.
Ezekiel, in the eighth chapter, speaks of it; the Delphic oracle practiced the same iniquity: the personification of lust.
On his death the Delphic oracle, in very second-rate hexameters, declared that Plotinus had become a demon.
He was commanded by God, through the Delphic oracle, to offer her up as a sacrifice.
The Delphic oracle pronounced Socrates the wisest of mankind.
The most famous oracle in Greece, and the location of a temple of Apollo; it was also known as the oracle of Delphi. At the oracle, a priestess went into a trance, supposedly breathed vapors from a cleft in the rocks, and delivered messages from Apollo to persons who sought her advice. These messages were often difficult to interpret.