Polymnia


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Po·lym·ni·a

 (pə-lĭm′nē-ə)
n. Greek Mythology
Variant of Polyhymnia.
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Praising her method, judgment, energy, and wisdom, Emerson described Fuller as the most important conversationalist in America and saw her speech infused with "a silver eloquence, which Polymnia taught" (Emerson 1960-1982, 8: 369).