Phoebus returned and seated himself beside her, but much closer than before.
Come, let us make haste, or the sunshine will be gone, and Phoebus along with it.
Hence Phoebus believed poor "Similar" to be dead, and that a month or two had elapsed since her death.
"Pray excuse me," replied Phoebus, with an elegant obeisance.
Captain Phoebus's heart, like the physics of that day, abhorred a vacuum.
The first occurrence of Phoebus was rendered with an oe ligature in the original.
"We shall never perhaps see her like again," said Mr. Phoebus.
We might as well have staid at home; not a Phoebus had they, or anything like one.
No sooner did the first rays of cheerful Phoebus dart into the windows of Communipaw than the little settlement was all in motion.
Phoebus laughed, and took the gypsy's part with a mixture of impertinence and pity.
epithet of Apollo as sun-god, late 14c., from Latin Phoebus, from Greek Phoibos, literally "bright, shining, radiant," of unknown origin. Related: Phoeban.