[ am-fi-trahy-tee ]
/ ˌæm fɪˈtraɪ ti /
an ancient Greek sea goddess, a daughter of Nereus and the wife of Poseidon.
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How to use Amphitrite in a sentence
The usual tale of five of the national rig and the schooner 'Amphitrite' made up the entry, and all mustered at the rendezvous.
Then Amphitrite appeared, with floating hair and resonant voice, and beside her Poseidon with his four steeds.
He commanded the Amphitrite for ten years, and I know that he is a good navigator.
The length of the spur sometimes varies considerably, as in B. concavus and amphitrite.
British Dictionary definitions for Amphitrite
Greek myth a sea goddess, wife of Poseidon and mother of Triton
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