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Pegasus
used in The House of Hades

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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
  • Athena's serene face took up most of the aft pegasus stables, which were fortunately unoccupied.
    p. 57.8
  • She'd probably have bad reception on a pegasus flying over the Atlantic."
    p. 262.5
  • Now he saw a single rider—Reyna, the praetor from Camp Jupiter—flying through a storm on the back of a light-brown pegasus.
    p. 392.2
  • Her pegasus's eyes were wild, his mouth slathering from hard riding; but Reyna peered steadfastly forward into the storm.
    p. 392.3
  • Soon after she'd landed on the Argo II, her pegasus Scipio had collapsed, overwhelmed by poisoned claw marks from a gryphon attack the night before.
    p. 567.5
  • Reyna had put the horse out of his misery with her golden knife, turning the pegasus into dust that scattered in the sweet-smelling Greek air.
    p. 567.7
  • She doesn't even have her pegasus anymore.
    p. 574.2

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