of or relating to Sisyphus.
endless and unavailing, as labor or a task.
relating to Sisyphus
actually or seemingly endless and futile
verb (used without object), sat or (Archaic) sate; sat or (Archaic) sitten; sitting. 1. to rest with the body supported by the buttocks or thighs; be seated. 2. to be located or situated: The house sits well up on the slope. 3. to rest or lie (usually followed by on or upon): An aura of […]
noun 1. (in the Ramayana) the wife of Ramachandra, abducted by Ravana and later rescued. noun 1. (Hinduism) goddess consort of the god Vishnu in the incarnation of Rama
noun 1. a lute of India with a small, pear-shaped body and a long, broad, fretted neck. noun 1. a stringed musical instrument, esp of India, having a long neck, a rounded body, and movable frets. The main strings, three to seven in number, overlie other sympathetic strings, the tuning depending on the raga being […]
noun 1. an antelope, Tragelaphus spekei, inhabiting marshy regions of central and eastern Africa. noun 1. another name for marshbuck