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Thalassa

[thuh-las-uh] /θəˈlæs ə/
noun, Classical Mythology.
1.
the personification of the sea.
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  • But Thalassa stood watching him, as though he had something on his mind still.

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  • It was as though Thalassa were the master, and the other the man.

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  • Thalassa turned a cautious yet penetrating eye upon his master.

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  • Outwardly, Thalassa had more kinship with a pirate than a husband.

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  • He sprang to his feet as Thalassa entered, and advanced towards him.

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  • “No doubt you are right, Thalassa,” he said in his usual tone.

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  • “Everything bolted and barred,” said Thalassa, and left the room.

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  • Thalassa remained near the window staring out at the object.

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  • Thalassa did not return, but she did not notice his absence.

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  • “Light us upstairs at once, Thalassa,” said Mrs. Pendleton sharply.

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