Idioms about Morpheus
Origin of Morpheus
OTHER WORDS FROM MorpheusMor·phe·an, adjective
Words nearby Morpheus
How to use Morpheus in a sentence
Neo is able to live up to the prophecy, saving Morpheus’ life and defeating Agent Smith—the first time anybody has ever gone toe-to-toe with an Agent and lived.
The Matrix Revolutions, released later in 2003, begins with Neo trapped in a sort of limbo between the real world and the Matrix, though Morpheus and Trinity are able to free him.
Morpheus, who will appear in Resurrections where he’ll be played by Abdul-Mateen rather than Fishburne for reasons that will be revealed, was alive and well in Zion when the film trilogy ended.
Tom Sturridge snagged the coveted role of Morpheus, Lord of the Dreaming, no doubt due in part to his well-sculpted cheekbones.
As I've written previously, the titular "sandman" is Dream, aka Morpheus, among other names.
Meanwhile, Project Morpheus is designed and optimized for one system.
Project Morpheus developers will be able to guarantee a consistent experience for every user; Rift developers will not.
And in part that is thanks to Joffe, who has emerged as a kind of Morpheus-like figure.
Near Somnus sits Morpheus, one of his many sons, who watches over his slumbers and sees that no one shall break in upon his sleep.Stories of Old Greece and Rome|Emilie Kip Baker
Long before the glowing god made its appearance in the east, Bob was rudely yanked from the arms of Morpheus.
He had gone through so much he was tired and scarcely had he touched the sheets when the welcoming arms of Morpheus claimed him.
The party dispersed, and Miles was soon in the arms of Morpheus; he had fallen asleep making an eloquent appeal to the chair.
This proceeding always had the effect of giving me the desired sleep upon my again wooing Morpheus.Jethou|E. R. Suffling
British Dictionary definitions for Morpheus
Derived forms of MorpheusMorphean, adjective
Cultural definitions for Morpheus
A Roman god of sleep and dreams.