Origin of Mnemosyne
Words nearby Mnemosyne
How to use Mnemosyne in a sentence
He is regarded as something of a modern-day Mnemosyne, the Greek goddess of remembrance, with ghosts that ought to be cursed.
Mnemosyne (Memory) was in Greek tradition the mother of the Muses; imitation, in the sense above defined, is but their instrument.
I do not think there was a single man of the ship's company who bore the loss of poor Mnemosyne dry-eyed.
This victory was very popular, and the third hand was roundly abused for suggesting that Mnemosyne had been doped.
The lieutenant offered to back him against Mnemosyne for a race across the cabin table, and we made a match of it.
We kept Mnemosyne for over two months, and never once did she misconduct herself or behave in an unseamanlike manner.