noun, genitive Peg·a·si [peg-uh-sahy] /ˈpɛg əˌsaɪ/ for 2.
Related formsPe·ga·si·an [puh-gey-see-uh n] /pəˈgeɪ si ən/, adjective
Examples from the Web for pegasus
Seven Elements That Changed The World: An Adventure of Ingenuity and Discovery is published by Pegasus Books/W.
Ian Bell is the author of Once Upon a Time: The Lives of Bob Dylan (Pegasus).Dylan’s Candor Gets Misconstrued as Hate Speech in France|Ian Bell|December 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
At the end of the day, Pegasus always returned to a stable in Corinth.
Pegasus spread his strong wings and was just about to fly when Bellerophon held out the bridle.The Book of Stories for the Storyteller|Fanny E. Coe
Why chain Pegasus to an ox cart, or make your Valenciennes lace into horse blankets?
The square of Pegasus is not a felicitous illustration of the way in which the boundaries of the constellations should be defined.The Story of the Heavens|Robert Stawell Ball
This beautiful and fiery Pegasus stood tethered in a library.
The child had a horse's tail fastened to his belt behind, and was Pegasus on Helicon, oblivious of all things earthly.Hildegarde's Harvest|Laura E. Richards