It was a cheap shrine, but I tell you, now, Melpomene was right in it.
To the silent Melpomene, who can express all things with her looks!
Nicander supposes their mother to have been Melpomene: others make her Calliope.
Of late she is so grave, that one might almost mistake her for her sister Melpomene.
We were to be called for at the Blue Posts, and a boat would fetch us off to the Melpomene frigate.
Melpomene Fugger why, he had brought little Melpel into the world, little Melpchen.
Melpomene shall be his godmother, and he shall have the witches' caldron in Macbeth for a christening font.
And his daughter, Melpomene—she sounded charming, too; and such thick, yellow pig-tails when she was young!
The Melpomene frigate was attacked by several in the night of the 23rd, and had four men killed besides about twenty wounded.
The dagger of Melpomene could not, in the long run, compete with the guillotine.
Muse of tragedy, from Latin, from Greek Melpomene, literally "songstress," from melpein "to sing," of unknown origin.