noun Classical Mythology.
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Origin of Daedalus
OTHER WORDS FROM DaedalusDae·da·li·an, Dae·da·le·an [dih-dey-lee-uhn, -deyl-yuhn], /dɪˈdeɪ li ən, -ˈdeɪl yən/, Dae·dal·ic [dih-dal-ik], /dɪˈdæl ɪk/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for Daedalus
At the close of the evening of the 10th the Daedalus storeship anchored in the cove, from the north-west coast of America.
The native of this country who accompanied Lieutenant Hanson we had the satisfaction of seeing return safe in the Daedalus.
On the 23rd, after an absence of eight weeks and two days, the Daedalus returned from Norfolk Island.
The route of the Daedalus was round the southern extremity of New Zealand.
For I would give the wisdom of Daedalus, and the wealth of Tantalus, to be able to detain them and keep them fixed.Euthyphro|Plato