I am going, I replied, from the Academy straight to the Lyceum.
In Barton we knitted while we talked, and at the Lyceum lectures.
But still I do not understand why it should always be the Lyceum.
"Now you are talking like a heroine of Lyceum drama," he said.
Fred Archer sent him originally to the stage door at the Lyceum.
I tell him "that either Francis comes to the lyceum or that I go to rejoin him at the hospital."
We're going down to Sherry's for dinner and then over to the Lyceum.
Theophrastus, successor of Aristotle at the Lyceum, Athens (p. 70).
Four years later the boy, being then in the lyceum, read over the MSS.
We held no more singing schools—the "Lyceum" had taken its place.