It was a dressing-room for a nymph of the woods, for a dryad, for Diana herself.
A nymph with bright and flowing hair; a hag like Hecuba, by Jove!
She was dressed as a country girl, but looked as lovely as a nymph.
But Verelst, scowling at the dial which the legs of the nymph upheld, removed his glasses.
He, men say, was sprung of Faunus and the nymph Marica of Laurentum.
She was a nymph once, they say—the daughter of Idmon the dyer, of Colophon, a city of Lydia.
But I'm going to stay on and see my nymph safely through her dark days.
What answer does the lovelorn swain receive from the nymph he adores?
He tarried so long that the nymph, or whatever it might be, came nearer.
"Haste thee, nymph," called Edith Williams, after the fleeing Judy.