As for that precocious damsel, she would run no least risk of destruction by the satyr.
The savage and the satyr might have beheld, and been awed into reverence.
He is the most wonderful of human beings, and absolutely unlike anyone but a satyr.
And this is what I and many others have suffered from the flute-playing of this satyr.
You yourself will not deny, Socrates, that your face is like that of a satyr.
He painted the figure of a Satyr, and beside it, as a trifle, he inserted a partridge.
You will not deny this, Socrates, that your face is like that of a satyr.
When the Satyr again inquired the reason, he said that he did it to cool the meat, which was too hot.
When the Satyr asked the reason for this, he told him that he did it to warm his hands because they were so cold.
I found Penelope in the yew-walk, leaning against the statue of a satyr.