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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of Hecate.

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Examples

  • It has magic, adventure, danger which all make for great movies but also interweaves human predicaments/moral dilemmas and characters from history and mythology such as Hekate, Dr John Dee, Niccolo Machiavelli, Joan of Arc.

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  • “She is Hekate . . . my daughter,” the Morningstar replied, voice grim.

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  • “The Fallen-turned-to-stone issue is one we can deal with when I come back for the meet-and-greet,” Dante said, returning his gaze to Hekate.

    Etched in Bone

  • Ahead, he saw Lucien and Hekate—black wings and white—flying side by side toward the distant lights of the Royal Aerie.

    Etched in Bone

  • “Will you give me a moment?” he asked, casting a glance at Hekate.

    Etched in Bone

  • Hekate laughed, the sound like delicate chiming bells, like musical silver.

    Etched in Bone

  • Having closed the distance between them and Lucien and Hekate, the Morningstar leveled his wings and glided in the slipstream created by the pair.

    Etched in Bone

  • Lucien kited up from the depths, following Dante and the Morningstar out of the pit, Hekate winging in his wake.

    Etched in Bone

  • As Lucien started across the terrace, a frowning Hekate padding in his wake, several golden-winged Fallen stepped into his path, taloned fingers resting on the Celtic-scrolled hilts of the long knives sheathed at their sides.

    Etched in Bone

  • “More like a glutton for punishment,” the Morningstar said, dipping his right wing and following as Lucien and Hekate descended in graceful swoops to the crowded terrace.

    Etched in Bone

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