She flings her arms and tresses of Fire to the stars, a maenad in the planetary dance.
These were the eyes of a girl who had raved like a maenad the night through.
She felt the gravity of his tone but, like a fierce maenad, she snatched at the torch, not caring how it revealed her.
maenad: a frenzied Nymph, attendant on Dionysus in the Greek mythology.
I was in a mind to wring the maenad's neck three minutes ago.
Her eye gleamed: she ran to the cupboard and took out the maenad's dress.
There stood the maenad on her revolving stand, and there was the raised platform for the model.
But that statue will put it all right,' and she pointed behind her to the maenad.
The tigress-mother swelled in her heart, and she looked like a maenad indeed.
He followed: but the intense passion of the old hag hurled her onward with the strength and speed of a young maenad.