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[ee-oh-luh s] /iˈoʊ ləs/
Mount, a peak in SW Colorado, in the San Juan Mountains. 14,083 feet (4292 meters). Unabridged
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  • There is no sense in urging machinery when Eolus himself gives you good knots for nothing.

    Actions and Reactions Rudyard Kipling
  • By the way, she must have come down on the 'Eolus' with you, Candace.

    A Little Country Girl Susan Coolidge
  • Jack agreed to wait till the Eolus could take in provisions and water.

    The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston
  • A sharp double whistle announced the "Eolus" just started on her up trip, with a long wake of creamy foam behind her.

    A Little Country Girl Susan Coolidge
  • Eolus takes up as bidden his "black clarioun," and blazons their dishonour.

  • The Eolus was almost ready for sea, and sailed about a fortnight after Adair had commissioned her.

    The Three Commanders W.H.G. Kingston
  • To the other not—but bids her trumpet "Eolus" ring out their works so that all the world may hear, which happens accordingly.

  • The giant Orgoglio is a baser species of pride, born of the Earth and Eolus; that is to say, of sensual and vain conceits.

  • As Bobbie watched her, old King Eolus came puffing back from the chest of silver he'd been examining.

    Bobbie Bubbles E. Hugh Sherwood and Maud Gridley Budlong
  • It was no chance that made these coasts the home of the kind old monarch Eolus, inventor of sails and storm-signals.

    Saunterings Charles Dudley Warner

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