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Pandora | Define Pandora at Dictionary.com

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As the gods had anticipated, Pandora gave in to her curiosity and opened the box, allowing the evils to escape, thereby frustrating the efforts of Prometheus.

Pandore | Define Pandore at Dictionary.com

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Carruthers threw himself in a chair, and laughed till the dogs Bijou, Bonbon, and pandore all barked in a furious concert. Cecil Castlemaine's Gage, Lady ...

Pandora - definition of Pandora by The Free Dictionary

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The first woman, bestowed upon humankind as a punishment for Prometheus's theft of fire. Entrusted with a box containing all the ills that could plague people, ...

Pandora | Definition of Pandora by Merriam-Webster

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Define pandora: bandore. ... Learn More about pandora. Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about pandora ... BROWSE DICTIONARY. Previous. p and d .

Urban Dictionary: pandora's box

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According to Greek legend, the first woman, Pandora, was actually sent as a curse to Zues' men (See, you knew it was true, guys) and was given a pr...

Pandora dictionary definition | pandora defined

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Is this Pandora opening the box? Licensed from iStockPhoto. noun. Pandora, the first mortal woman according to Greek mythology, who opened a box ...

pandora - definition of pandora in English from the Oxford dictionary

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The first mortal woman. In one story she was created by Zeus and sent to earth with a jar or box of evils in revenge for Prometheus' having brought the gift of fire  ...

Pandora - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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n (Greek mythology) the first woman; created by Hephaestus on orders from Zeus who presented her to Epimetheus along with a box filled with evils. Example ...

Pandora - Online Etymology Dictionary

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1570s, in Greek mythology, the first mortal woman, made by Hephaestus and given as a bride to Epimetheus, from Greek pandora "all-gifted" (or perhaps " giver ...

pandora definition | English definition dictionary | Reverso

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pandora definition, meaning, English dictionary, synonym, see also 'panda', pandore',pandour',pardon', Reverso dictionary, English definition, English ...

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pan·do·ra
[pan-dawr-uh, -dohr-uh]
NOUN
1.
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Pandura
The pandura (Ancient Greek: πανδοῦρα, pandoura) is an ancient Greek string instrument from the Mediterranean basin. Lutes have been present in ancient ... More »
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