It was a great town, surrounded by a Cyclopean wall of boulders, about which the river ran on every side, forming a natural moat.
Arimaspi, their connection with Cyclopean architecture and mining, 86, 407.
Loughrigg rises up like a Cyclopean wall between us and the wind.'
Her Cyclopean walls, that seemed to render her impregnable, did not save her.
Sometimes this stands in two, three, or four Cyclopean steps--a mighty stairway.
If the elm gives the Gothic, this was assuredly the Cyclopean arch.
The effrontery is Cyclopean, but our supineness and indifference are deplorable and inexcusable.
The simile is noble and worthy of the Cyclopean craftsman, Dumas.
Some of these tiny cascades streaked the Cyclopean walls, like threads of silver, from top to bottom.
Natural hot and cold waters pour over a precipice of Cyclopean masses of granite at one end, about fifty feet wide and forty high.