Dost thou soothe the Elysian groves with thy tender song, or dost thou dwell upon a Tartarean Helicon?
The Tartarean part of the story is, in fact, post-Aeschylean.
We stand before it like Sisyphus before the great rock which he rolled so laboriously and so vainly up that Tartarean hill.
Big domes of Tartarean Honeysuckle—all rosy pink with bloom—yet held their own.
Some say this Tartarean conqueror was called Timour or Temur-chi, and his origin is wrapt in mystery.
The victor, sacrificing them with greedy teeth, plunged them into the Tartarean recesses of his capacious paunch.
The night outside is Tartarean, certainly, but within there is nothing but light, music and mirth.
You are at liberty, disbelieving it, to range the fields—Elysian and Tartarean—of all imagination.
Don Pedro, you will oblige my weakness by not mentioning that man;—his name is Tartarean, unfit for polite lips.
A true Tartarean dignity sat upon her brow, and not factitiously or with marks of constraint, for it had grown in her with years.