Origin of Phlegethon
OTHER WORDS FROM PhlegethonPhleg·e·thon·tal, Phleg·e·thon·tic, adjective
Words nearby Phlegethon
How to use Phlegethon in a sentence
The round and grape passed between the masts of the Phlegethon and beyond the Spiteful, without striking.
The guns having been pointed at the stakes, the Phlegethon immediately returned the compliment with rockets and her pivot-guns.
The gallant Captain Loch expired on board the Phlegethon about forty hours after he had received his wound.
In the seventh circle, second round, it emerges as the red blood stream of Phlegethon.Dante: "The Central Man of All the World"|John T. Slattery
I can not endure the humiliation that has for some days past made this house more intolerable than I may one day find Phlegethon.Vashti|Augusta J. Evans Wilson