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Moirai

/ (ˈmɔɪriː) /
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pl n singular Moira (ˈmɔɪrə)
the Moirai the Greek goddesses of fateRoman counterparts: the Parcae See Fates
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How to use Moirai in a sentence

  • Then the soul of the brave Herakles was stirred within him, and he sware that the Moirai should not win the victory.

  • But the mighty Moirai, whose word even Zeus himself may not turn aside, had fixed the doom of Meleagros.

  • Even then these “Moirai” differ considerably from those of ancient Greek mythology.

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