Again the perturbed Butts showed signs of a desire to assault the wooden incarnation of the spirit of the Polyhymnia.
It keeps perpetually rising and sinking, so as to appear not less the favorite of Terpsichore than Polyhymnia.
The muse, Polyhymnia, soon emerged from the stage of childish stammering.
The wisest and most dignified of all the Muses is Polyhymnia, who presides over sacred music.
To Polyhymnia belonged that harmony of voice and gesture which gives a perfection to oratory and poetry.
Polyhymnia, the Muse of sacred poetry, also presided over rhetoric.
It's off the Polyhymnia—name on the stern-sheets—evidence enough—notice, men!
Polyhymnia, pol-i-him′ni-a, n. the muse of the sublime hymn.