And the soul of Hylas, like Nature herself, abhorred a vacuum!
Herakles was not merely the lover, but the guardian also and tutor, of Hylas.
Hyacinth, Hylas, Phaon, will sink into insignificance beside me.
Here were buried the freedmen of Augustus while Hylas and Vitaline were the custodians.
The hylas sang like a chest of whistles so shrill that the air quivered with their song.
No more was heard of Hylas, but Hercules went back to Argos.
Her cries, however, attract the swains, who arrive with Hylas at their head.
Miss Hosmer also modeled a fountain from the story of Hylas.
They were hylas, the tiny cousins of Stickytoes the Tree Toad.
In fact, like Ganymede or Hylas, he was carried off by the envy or cruel love of the merciless divine powers.