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used in The House of Hades

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living or existing forever


someone famous throughout history


someone who will never die — such as a mythological god
  • They couldn't be caught by six or seven hostile immortals.
    p. 169.6
  • She'd never felt sorry for a Titan before, but it didn't seem right taking a brainwashed immortal and turning him into an unpaid janitor.
    p. 160.6
  • Of course he knew his dad was immortal, but somehow the full meaning of that had never really sunk in until now, as he stared at a doorway Romans had walked through, thousands of years ago, to worship his dad.
    p. 274.3
  • Then he remembered that this annoying fifteen-year-old girl was actually the immortal daughter of a Titan.
    p. 394.2
  • Even among the Hephaestus campers, Leo had never worked with anyone as intuitive as this immortal gardener girl.
    p. 403.3
  • I can't be in love with an immortal girl.
    p. 404.7
  • She kissed his immortal nose, which made him blink.
    p. 423.6
  • Easy for an immortal wind god to say.
    p. 442.3
  • Percy was no more than a minor annoyance to these immortal beings.
    p. 452.9
  • Daedalus was nothing compared to me—the immortal sorceress, daughter of Helios, sister of Circe!
    p. 544.9
  • But Pasiphae was an immortal sorceress with thousands of years of experience in weaving spells.
    p. 546.4
  • I am immortal!
    p. 550.1

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