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Pegasus
used in The Mark of Athena

18 uses
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Definition
Greek mythology:  the immortal winged horse; as the flying horse of the Muses it is a symbol of highflying imagination
  • "A black pegasus?" she said.
    p. 121.1
  • The mattress and the pillows were stuffed with pegasus down (no pegasi were harmed in the making of these products, Leo had assured her), so they were uber-comfortable.
    p. 113.8
  • Percy urged Blackjack forward, though the pegasus didn't seem happy about it.
    p. 123.0
  • He stopped thirty feet down the road and wheeled his pegasus around.
    p. 130.2
  • Percy struggled to turn his pegasus around.
    p. 132.1
  • She locked eyes with the pegasus, pouring all her power into her words and hoping Blackjack would understand.
    p. 134.4
  • The pegasus snorted.
    p. 134.8
  • The pegasus bobbed his head in agreement.
    p. 135.2
  • The others were a little surprised when Piper came back on a pegasus with two unconscious demigods.
    p. 135.5
  • Percy's pegasus Blackjack had flown off somewhere.
    p. 149.1
  • "Wouldn't a pegasus have to make it down two flights of stairs?"
    p. 162.3
  • Percy could have summoned Blackjack, but he was reluctant to ask the pegasus for help so soon after their last disaster.
    p. 179.0
  • She'd never ridden a bull before, but she'd practiced bareback pegasus riding at Camp Half-Blood, and she remembered what to do.
    p. 345.8
  • While Coach Hedge was having dinner on the foredeck, a wild pegasus appeared from nowhere, stampeded over the coach's enchiladas, and flew off again, leaving cheesy hoof prints all across the deck.
    p. 353.9
  • The sight of the pegasus made Percy wish Blackjack were here.
    p. 354.1
  • Pegasus and you.
    p. 366.8
  • When your brother is Pegasus, you get used to being forgotten.
    p. 367.2
  • Reyna's pegasus?"
    p. 384.6

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