This prophecy is fulfilled by Endymion, who aids in restoring Glaucus to youth, and Scylla and the drowned lovers to life.
What hath availed me Syrtes or Scylla, what desolate Charybdis?
Better take a long circuit round Sicily than come even within sight and sound of Scylla.
Scylla exclaimed to Martha as John fixed her on Texas's back.
Then Antonio has so many rooms dependent on him, that every door is a Scylla, and every window a Charybdis, as he passes.
She rode up close to Scylla and put her hand on Texas's neck.
Nevertheless he spoke gentle words, for he hoped that the love of Scylla might bring him profit.
Then, with great pains and trouble, she pulled and lifted Scylla into the saddle.
The Scylla of calf-worship was incomparably less shameful than the Charybdis of these heathen abominations.
Scylla called out as well as she could, but the horseman rode on.
sea-monster in the Strait of Messina, from Latinized form of Greek Skylla, of unknown origin, perhaps related to skyllein "to tear."