"Our only hope is a new book," he declared; and corydon saw that was the truth.
Persons of our rank do not marry like the corydon and Phyllis of a pastoral.
A milder, meeker face no pastoral poet could assign to corydon or Thyrsis,—why did the crowd shrink and hold their breath?
The first check was at corydon, where a force of militia had gathered.
At many windows, to my envy, couples were philandering; the night was cold and corydon stood huddled in his cape.
A lover in the shape of a shepherd, like corydon; a love-sick swain.
It was a labor of hours to get corydon to recognize an unpleasant fact; and then—the next day she had forgotten it.
corydon, who was always good at running away, escaped in the darkness.
He arrived one day towards spring, when it chanced that corydon was in town visiting the dentist.
All the sheep they gave to corydon, who gladly drove them away.
traditional poetic name for a shepherd or rustic swain, from Latin Corydon, from Greek Korydon, name of a shepherd in Theocritus and Virgil.