It is curious to observe how exactly the prophecy of the Druidess has been fulfilled with regard to these hedgehogs.
Another such "Druidess" is said to have foretold Diocletian's rise.
From the very first moment that he had set eyes upon the Druidess he had been struck with wondrous admiration.
But she was a Druidess in this, that she regretted she knew not what in the usages and practices of her Church.
Druidess, you have seen with subtle eyes the shining life beyond this.
He thus fulfilled the prediction of a Druidess of Gaul, that he would mount a throne as soon as he had slain a wild boar (aper).
What the Druidess may or may not do for the musical drama in England, let her own oracles expound.
The chief Druidess, standing by a rude stone altar, received the victim dragged thither by her companions.
Among the Germans, Valleda, a Druidess, was for ages worshipped as a deity.
"I knew it not," returned Smith, and followed up his answer by an inquiry as to who the great Druidess Bertha might be.