If sibyl ran fast she could climb into the apple-tree and look right down on to the common.
I'm afraid the sibyl is the only person capable of interpreting these.
Thither Anchises, talking thus, conducts his son and the sibyl, and dismisses them by the gate of ivory.
After the disposal of the books, the sibyl vanished, and was seen no more.
sibyl Dudley and Mary Jasper were driving by in the cool bright sunshine of the late afternoon.
I even saw you pass with sibyl in the dogcart, but you didn't see me.
How completely he had saturated himself with all the work of the great English sibyl, appears on every page.
Thirdly: Beaugrand, I said, wants as much sibyl as possible, and as much engraving.
sibyl gave them a keen glance out of those very blue eyes, and in her heart of hearts thought they were a poor lot.
It has all the contortions of the sibyl without the inspiration.
"woman supposed to possess powers of prophecy, female soothsayer," c.1200, from Old French sibile, from Latin Sibylla, from Greek Sibylla, name for any of several prophetesses consulted by ancient Greeks and Romans, of uncertain origin. Said to be from Doric Siobolla, from Attic Theoboule "divine wish."