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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

"It should have opened and imprisoned you, as a truant dryad," said he.
ERNEST LINWOODCAROLINE LEE HENTZ
Then in a flash Rhcus remembered his promise to the Dryad, and throwing away his dice, he hurried to the trysting-place.
Dryad spun about and threw her head far on one side to scan the whole bare room.
"You can't help not being a dryad," she said, and now she smiled, and her smile transformed her face as sunlight does a landscape.
You can almost fancy it some dryad decked for her bridal, in maidenly day-dreaming too lovely to last.
The girl looked like a dryad who had stolen out of the heart of a tree to catch an image of herself in the water.
She had the look of a dryad at odds with the world, a whimsical and elfish intellectual.
DANGEROUS AGESROSE MACAULAY
She is the union of the pastoral and romantic with the classical and poetical, as if a dryad of the woods had turned shepherdess.
Even before Aurora had quitted the ocean I was already in the grove sporting with my amiable Dryad.
ROWLANDSON'S OXFORDA. HAMILTON GIBBS
One day that I was playing with my Dryad in the wood, she tenderly patted my cheeks and said, Press your lips against mine.
ROWLANDSON'S OXFORDA. HAMILTON GIBBS

WORDS RELATED TO DRYAD

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sine dieadverb | [sahy-nee -dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne -dee-e ]SEE DEFINITION