Sabet says the Florida ballot measure was a Trojan Horse for legalization and voters were seeing it for what it was.
Really, heath-care reform is a Trojan horse for Canadian-style health care.
When that attachment is opened, the Trojan is unleashed, giving the adversary control of the unlucky computer, Raff said.
It offered education and moral guidance inside the Trojan horse of entertainment.
Is Moscow's aid convoy to eastern Ukraine the real thing, or a Trojan horse preparing the way for more war?
These may have been worn by King Agamemnon, or by the Trojan warriors.
Your horse may be a Trojan, my friend, but by this time he's a tired Trojan!
But let no one imagine that the disruption of Trojan morals avoided heart-burning or escaped criticism.
No more are we a Trojan people; Ilium and the great glory of the Teucrians is no more.
She had no wings, and stood on a base, sculptured with subjects relating to the birth of Helen and the Trojan war.
Old English Troian "of or pertaining to ancient Troy," from Latin Trojanus, from Troia, Troja "Troy," from Greek Tros, name of a king of Phrygia, the mythical founder of Troy. In 17c., it was a colloquial term for "person of dissolute life, carousing companion." The trade name for a brand of prophylactic contraceptive was registered 1927 in U.S. Trojan horse is attested from 1570s; the computer virus sense is attested by 1982.