A generation later, a dashing French socialist named Etienne Cabet founded the Icarian Nation in Illinois.
The fall of Icarus was probably invented to explain the name of the Icarian Sea.
In vain; for, heart-whole as yet, he receives his words deafer than the Icarian rocks.
On the right hand of the Icarian nest may be seen a singular-looking structure pendent at the end of a long footstalk.
As might have been expected, the too-aspiring youth soared on Icarian wings.
In memory of which, they named their island Icaria, the sea surrounding it the Icarian sea, and all their successive kings Icarus.
His body was never recovered, but that part of the sea was afterwards called the Icarian Sea.
And their flights are followed by pathetic Icarian disasters.
A year or two after this conversation, the Icarian society at Nauvoo miserably failed.
His Icarian mind had determined—his large but supple body had executed them.