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
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How to use Calypso in a sentence
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.