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  • adj. Of or relating to Castalia, a mythical fountain of inspiration on Mount Parnassus, sacred to the Muses.

Etymologies

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Latin Castalius

Examples

  • I called home and my Dad said 5 died in Castalian Springs, a community north of Nashville, outside of Gallatin, TN.

    Annoying Intro (copy)

  • He raised steer and tobacco on acreage in Castalian Springs, Tennessee, west of Gallatin.

    Flower Confidential (copy)

  • Byllye Booth, 83, of Castalian Springs has to take nine pills and six insulin shots each day to treat her diabetes and heart problems.

    Online Pillbox Reminds Patients to Take Meds | Impact Lab

  • She succeeds Curt Andrews, who now is now chief executive of Castalian Music LLC, part of Genius Products Inc.Ms. Johnson, 50, was chief marketing and global branding officer of Brinker International Inc. CREDO PETROLEUM Corp.

    Noted ...

  • Who has not heard of Mount Olympus — that high abode of all the powers of type, that favoured seat of the great goddess Pica, that wondrous habitation of gods and devils, from whence, with ceaseless hum of steam and never-ending flow of Castalian ink, issue forth fifty thousand nightly edicts for the governance of a subject nation?

    The Warden

  • Castalian rill whose dark waters are tinged with the gall of poetic indignation; but as in other sense I may not hang him, I will tell how he was driven from his club, and how he ceased to number himself among the legislators of his country.

    The Three Clerks

  • Castalian Fountain; near Antiochia in Syria, between the

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Mount Parnassus, covered the greater part of the year with snow, with its sacred cave, and its Castalian fount gushing forth between two of its lofty rocks.

    Mosaics of Grecian History

  • There, sparkling like the bright waters of the Castalian fountain, flowed the rich Greek wine -- a classic beverage, fit for the gods; there, too, was the delicate wine of Persia, fragrant with the spices of the East; and the diamond-crested champagne, inspiring divinities of poesy and Love.

    City Crimes or Life in New York and Boston

  • This survived through five issues, not to appear again until 1890 when the independents revived it as the _Castalian_, also merged in 1893 in the _Michiganensian_.

    The University of Michigan

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