With the fountain of Hippocrene in its center, from which a rill will flow murmuring all the day.
Hippocrene, the spring of the Muses, said to have been created by the hoof-beat of Pegasus.
Mountains of cheese, rivers of fat broth, are their Helicon and Hippocrene.
That is to drink of the fountain of Hippocrene, to write verse.
Such is the effect of too copious draughts from that Hippocrene which alternately discharges cock-tail and mint-julep.
Grecian mythology said that the fountain of Hippocrene was struck out by the foot of the winged horse Pegasus.
I never saw him again, and a few years after he was drowned, not in the fountain of Hippocrene, but in the Guadalquivir.
O, say some, Byron owed a great portion of his inspiration to gin and water, and that was his Hippocrene.
Hippocrene was probably at Makariotissa, which is noted for a fine spring of water.
fount on Mount Helicon, sacred to the Muses, from Greek Hippokrene, literally "horse's fountain," from hippos "horse" + krene "fountain."