No doubt she's sitting in her Sapphic palace cackling on her money.
The game has a long history in media and popular culture, and its depictions have hardly all been Sapphic.
They would later be dubbed a “bloodthirsty” “lesbian she-wolf pack” and—most famously—“a seething, Sapphic septet.”
Its essence is flavored with the day and lyric trail of the Sapphic students.
He forgot all about Sappho, but the Sapphic vibrations went on increasingly.
She never summered in soft Sapphic seas, nor hankered after poetic Leucadian promontories.
The influence of the Sapphic legend, I fancy, not alone because of the sweet inversion.
The Asclepiadeian stanza he employs much less frequently, the Sapphic only once, and that with indifferent success.
Erinna and Damophyla study together the composition of Sapphic metres.
Lesbian, or Sapphic love is, so Taxel claims, prevalent to an enormous degree among the fashionable ladies of Paris.
c.1500, "of or pertaining to Sappho," from French saphique, from Latin Sapphicus, from Greek Sapphikos "of Sappho," in reference to Sappho, poetess of the isle of Lesbos c.600 B.C.E. Especially in reference to her characteristic meter; sense of "pertaining to sexual relations between women" is from 1890s (cf. lesbian).