Examples from the Web for aspasia
He loves, with Pericles' consent, the beauty of Aspasia's mind, and is therefore no misogynist.
Euripides resumed the topic which they had dropped: "I was accused, and am acquitted—am I not, Aspasia?"
It is a mistaken idea that she herself preferred the part of Aspasia (in Rowe's Bajazet) to any of these grand impersonations.
Plato, Xenophon and Æschines have all testified to the cultivated mind and influence of Aspasia.The Truth About Woman|C. Gasquoine Hartley
Louisa made a magnificent Aspasia, which was a part much to her fancy.Louisa May Alcott|Louisa May Alcott
British Dictionary definitions for aspasia
Word Origin and History for aspasia
beautiful and capable Milesian consort of Pericles, proper name from fem. of Greek aspasios "welcome," related to aspazesthai "to welcome," of uncertain origin.