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Kalliope

[kuh-lahy-uh-pee] /kəˈlaɪ ə pi/
noun, Classical Mythology
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calliope (def 2).
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  • Kalliope pointed to the harbour with a finger which trembled with excitement.

    The Island Mystery George A. Birmingham
  • Kalliope did not understand the questions, but guessed at what her mistress asked.

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  • Kalliope held her dripping oars above the water and stared at the writhing hose.

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  • Then Kalliope, memory wakened in her, grew suddenly hopeful.

    The Island Mystery George A. Birmingham
  • I do not believe any harm of that girl Kalliope; she has such an honest, modest pair of eyes.

    Beechcroft at Rockstone Charlotte M. Yonge
  • The Queen sent Kalliope across the harbour to the palace with a note to Smith.

    The Island Mystery George A. Birmingham
  • I really must go to bed, and consider which is to be faced first, she or Kalliope.'

    Beechcroft at Rockstone Charlotte M. Yonge
  • She and Kalliope ran down to the steps where their boat lay moored.

    The Island Mystery George A. Birmingham
  • Kalliope, hopeless of explaining herself in Megalian, fell back on her small store of English words.

    The Island Mystery George A. Birmingham
  • Kalliope had learned it from them when they first visited the island.

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