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- adj. Of or pertaining to the mythical winged horse Pegasus.
- adj. Of or pertaining to to poetry.
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Though you heave into the air upon the gilded Pegasean back,
Pegasean fount, but the other would drain a draught of Arethusa.
Not were I framed the Cretan guard, nor did I move with Pegasean wing, nor were I
IT transcends the power of human intellect, however deeply it may have drunk of the Pegasean fount, to develop fully the title of the present chapter.
It transcends the power of human intellect, however deeply it may have drunk of the Pegasean fount, to develop fully the title of the present chapter.
Lo, rumor, flying on Pegasean wings, filled the castles and cities with the news that even geese had been sent by God to liberate Jerusalem.
One day I had been pacing to and fro the hall, which was deserted; and the sight of the armor and portraits -- dumb evidences of the active and adventurous lives of the old inhabitants, which seemed to reprove my own inactive obscurity -- had set me off on one of those Pegasean hobbies on which youth mounts to the skies, -- delivering maidens on rocks, and killing Gorgons and monsters, -- when Juba bounded in, and Blanche came after him, her straw hat in her hand.