Examples from the Web for pallas
According to Pallas, it is becoming more difficult to find such craftsmen.
Like these men and his father before him, Mr. Pallas learned the craft as a child.
This is the third new collection for Pallas, and it is selling in the Bon Marche.
“If something does not fit, the tailor knows how to change it,” Pallas says.
Pallas and Vesta, not heard of for some time; supposed to have foundered.Narrative And Miscellaneous Papers|Thomas De Quincey
The shadow rose and climbed up the Acropolis, on which the shield of Pallas still gleamed as the aegis of the city.Historical Miniatures|August Strindberg
She tinks dis a dangerous country for you, Masser Moore, and Pallas tink so too.Alice Wilde: The Raftman's Daughter|Metta V. Victor
Stultitia was truly born in the manner of her serious sister Pallas.Erasmus and the Age of Reformation|Johan Huizinga
Pallas Athene grabbed the umpire by the throat, and he said firmly that no catch had been made.
British Dictionary definitions for pallas
Word Origin and History for pallas
Greek goddess' name, literally "little maiden," related to pallake "concubine," and probably somehow connected to Avestan pairika "beautiful women seducing pious men."