Pindar was the boldest, the most fervid and the most sublime.
The Odes of Pindar were the acknowledged models of lyric poetry.
Those who are curious to learn Pindar's opinions on these points may consult the following passages: Nem.
Villemain, M., his comparison of the genius of Pindar and Bossuet, 178.
She paused for a moment, for Mr. Pindar was waving his arms and flapping his cloak in fervid assent.
But he would like to know first of all what he and Pindar mean by natural justice.
Pytheas being a victor in the Isthmian games went to Pindar and asked him how much he would charge to write an ode in his praise.
Pindar calls the beginnings of quarrel, "petals of quarrel."
This kind of difficulty, however, like that which the student has to meet in Pindar, is straightforward.
I guess it would be pretty hard to get it across to you, Mrs. Pindar.