American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Greek Mythology One of the seven Pleiades.
- n. One of the stars in the constellation Pleiades.
- n. (Greek mythology) one of the 7 Pleiades
- n. one of the stars in the star cluster Pleiades
“She was Merope or Sterope -- the one or else the other;”
“To Merope or Sterope -- the first or else the second,”
“She was Merope or Sterope -- the former or the latter;”
“The figure of Athena should be compared with that of Sterope in the eastern pediment.”
“On one side of him stand Pelops and his destined bride, on the other Oenomaus and his wife, Sterope (Fig. 108).”
“The drapery of Sterope (Fig. 108) should be especially noted, as it is”
“And in the middle of the gable is a statue of Zeus; and on the right hand of Zeus is OEnomaus with a helmet on his head; and beside him his wife Sterope, one of the daughters of Atlas.”
“So in Sterope regional chat the discussions were rather heated, and when I visited another region the same discussion was raging there.”
“In Sterope the first guy to build an obelisk stupidly chose to build it height 20, instead of height 8, which negatively effect everybody else, as even if they queue up orderly they'll have to use more materials this way.”
“He nodded in rhythm, and saw with elation that Sterope moved in time.”
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