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Phaeacia

[ fee-ey-shuh ]

noun

, Classical Mythology.
  1. an island nation on the shores of which Odysseus was shipwrecked and discovered by Nausicaä.


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  • Phae·acian noun adjective

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Example Sentences

Already you have for suitors the chief ones of the land throughout Phaeacia, where you too were born.

The leisure of the Danish king's house is filled in the same manner as the leisure of Phaeacia.

Seventeen days he sailed, and on the eighteenth day he saw the shadowy mountain peaks of an island called Phaeacia.

Nausithous founds Phaeacia, his city is not called Nausithoa.

Nausithous, a builder of temples, 130;founder of Phaeacia, 170.

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