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The others were the frigate "Endymion" of fifty guns, and the "Pomone" and the "Tenedos," of forty-four each.The Boys of 1812 and Other Naval Heroes|James Russell Soley
She should "be at papa's," though he and his family were in town; but that was no reason why Endymion should not call on her.Endymion|Benjamin Disraeli
I have done little to Endymion lately—I hope to finish it in one more attack.
In this draft he shows himself a careful student of Endymion by pointing out particular passages for approval.Life of John Keats|Sidney Colvin
But the Endymion The captain broke in as if struck by some sudden thought.The Ocean Wireless Boys and the Lost Liner|Wilbur Lawton
beautiful youth loved by Moon-goddess Selene, from Greek, perhaps literally "diver, plunger," from endyein "to enter into, sink into, plunge, dive," which was used in reference to the sun or stars setting into the sea. On this theory, he originally was a solar deity, a personification of the setting sun.