Thalassa

[ thuh-las-uh ]

nounClassical Mythology.
  1. the personification of the sea.

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How to use Thalassa in a sentence

  • Thalassa, busy chopping suet with a knife, made answer without looking up.

    The Moon Rock | Arthur J. Rees
  • The gloom outside was thinning, and as Thalassa glanced out his eye lighted on a strange shape among the rocks.

    The Moon Rock | Arthur J. Rees
  • Thalassa glanced at his wife, but she appeared to have heard nothing, and her grey head was bent over her cards.

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  • He looked up from his papers as Thalassa entered, and thoughtfully watched him as he trimmed the lamp and tended the fire.

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  • With these duties completed Thalassa still lingered, as though he expected his master to speak.

    The Moon Rock | Arthur J. Rees