From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Mythology
HadesHa‧des /ˈheɪdiːz/ noun [uncountable] RMthe land of the dead in the stories of ancient Greece SYN hell
Examples from the Corpus
HadesIt was Zeus' jealous wife Hera, not the innocuous underworld custodian Hades, who made Hercules' life a nightmare.It was this Admetus whose wife, Alcestis, Hercules rescued from Hades.Obediently as always Psyche went forth to look for the road to Hades.Upon arrival, he was welcomed to Hades and the host promptly set the temperature gauge at 110 degrees.But when Hades rapes Persephone something different happens.But when Hades, with help from Zeus, comes for Kore, then at last Demeter resists.