Olympic god

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Synonyms for Olympic god

a classical Greek god after the overthrow of the Titans


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In her debut novel, "Olympic Games," a fantasy that depicts Olympic gods in modern-day New York, Eugene author Leslie What describes Zeus and his chef planning for the grand opening of Zeus's New Olympus men's resort.
The Olympic gods had many vices but Hermes (the Greek counterpart of Mercury) outdid them all on the very first day of his life.
And the Olympic gods and goddesses - who also peeled off before the 1996 Atlanta Games - wouldn't look out of place on the set of TV's Baywatch.
But at the decisive moment the priests of the Delphic Oracle succeed in summoning the aid of the Olympic gods, who send a blizzard to engulf the enemy forces.