Origin of Phoebus
OTHER WORDS FROM PhoebusPhoe·be·an [fi-bee-uhn, fee-bee-], /fɪˈbi ən, ˈfi bi-/, adjective
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How to use Phoebus in a sentence
The god Phoebus, who is a true god, has been charioted for an hour-and were you not to be on the ramparts by sunrise?The Works of Edgar Allan Poe|Edgar Allan Poe
Airy, winged, like arrow-flights of Phoebus Apollo; very superlative Speeches indeed.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XVIII. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
After Phoebus had eaten his fill and Jocelyn had thrown a thick traveling cloak over his armor, he returned to the room.
"It is Phoebus, my horse," cried Jocelyn, agreeably reminded that he had left the animal tied close to the tourney.
They dream of a Paradise beyond death; but where thou reignest, O Phoebus, there is bliss even on earth!Serapis, Complete|Georg Ebers