My pythons and hamadryads?
"The Insidious Dr. Fu-Manchu" by Sax Rohmer
Shriek not, ye Opera Hamadryads; or not as those that have no comfort.
"The French Revolution" by Thomas Carlyle
He got up to meet her as she approached, a Hamadryad in white muslin, across the grass.
"Crome Yellow" by Aldous Huxley
The Hamadryad; Acon and Rhodope.
"Studies in Song" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
We can no longer see Hamadryads in the oaks or Naiads in the streams.
"Platform Monologues" by T. G. Tucker
The judges were hamadryads and the defeated mortals were punished for their presumption.
"Some Forerunners of Italian Opera" by William James Henderson
The Dryads and Hamadryads, Nymphs of the woods and forests.
"Roman Antiquities, and Ancient Mythology" by Charles K. Dillaway
Hamadryads veiled themselves, each in her conscious tree, eluding human approach.
"The Atlantic Monthly , Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858" by Various
It is a place in which a poet might look for a glimpse of a Hamadryad.
"Gryll Grange" by Thomas Love Peacock
The dread hamadryad leered at him; poisonous toads and lizards scurried for cover.
"The Adventures of Piang the Moro Jungle Boy" by Florence Partello Stuart
Take me and hear me, Hamadryads fair, And Aegipans, Wood-Nymphs, and shepherd gods!
"Life Immovable" by Kostes Palamas
The spectacle of Briggs among the Hamadryads appeared to paralyze Wayne.
"Iole" by Robert W. Chambers
Hamadryads, Convicts bitten by, 16.
"Prisoners Their Own Warders" by J. F. A. McNair
The hamadryad, as you probably know, is perhaps the deadliest of all Eastern reptiles.
"Where the Strange Trails Go Down" by E. Alexander Powell
There is the hamadryad, for instance.
"The Soul of a People" by H. Fielding
The trees seemed just as unconscious of any nymphs or hamadryads as they could be.
"The "Genius"" by Theodore Dreiser
There were the Naiads in the streams, and the Hamadryads in the woods, and we, the Oreads, in the mountains.
"The Treasure of the Isle of Mist" by W. W. Tarn
The Hamadryad was born with the tree, flourished and died with it.
"The Student's Mythology" by Catherine Ann White
The beautiful fiction of the Hamadryads is frequently referred to by the Greek poets.
"Cultus Arborum" by Anonymous
They are to us, what the Nereides are to the green wave, the Dryades to the oak, and the Hamadryades to the little flower.
"Mind Amongst the Spindles" by Various
The Muses all are silent for your sake:
While night and distance take
The hamadryad's hill, the naiad's vale,
Low droops the hippocentaur's golden tail,
And sleep has whelmed the satyrs in the brake.
"Do You Forget, Enchantress?" by Clark Ashton Smith
I can fancy as I lie beneath the music of the boughs
That unseen Hamadryads wreathe the buds around their brows;
That from the vista'd depths whose gloom the vision scarce can span,
Think I hear the dreamy murmurs from the drowsy pipe of Pan.
"The Long Deep Grass In Springing" by Alexander Anderson
Twist some lithe maple and right suddenly
A leafy storm of stars about you breaks--
Some Hamadryad's tears: Unto her knee
Wading the Naiad clears her brook that streaks
Thro' wadded waifs: Hark! Pan for Helike
Flutes melancholy by the minty creeks.
"Late October" by Madison Julius Cawein