noun, plural Ca·lyp·sos.
verb (used without object)
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Origin of Calypso
OTHER WORDS FROM Calypsoca·lyp·so·ni·an [kuh-lip-soh-nee-uhn, kal-ip-], /kə lɪpˈsoʊ ni ən, ˌkæl ɪp-/, noun, adjective
Words nearby Calypso
Example sentences from the Web for Calypso
The film tells the story of Rawlston moving from Tobago to the United States and promoting Calypso and Soca music.To see why Tina Charles is a future Hall of Famer, just watch her work off the court|Kareem Copeland|November 4, 2020|Washington Post
“I learned that from wearing calypso dresses,” she said proudly.
The Calypso is water-logged, will no longer obey her helm, and must surely sink.
The relation between my friend Calypso and his wife is the finest thing I ever saw; they are lovers on the highest plane.
“I understand that you are a highly intellectual people,” remarked Calypso, courteously.
A couple of men were fixing the trellises, and Calypso excused himself to his wife and me and went over to them.
It droops over the taffrail of a barque of some six hundred tons burden, and below it, on her stern, is lettered the Calypso.