rhadamanthus gives Lucian a talisman of mallow as Hermes gave Odysseus the moly.
The so-called decision of rhadamanthus is worthy of all admiration.
It must be admitted that justice is never so unrelenting as when rhadamanthus has been up overnight.
Shadowy sides can ache, I find, and then, what will rhadamanthus think?
There rhadamanthus judges the dead, and avenging Tisiphone scourges the guilty.
Clarinda repaired to rhadamanthus, the Magistrate, and pointed out to him the truth.
rhadamanthus bade Sancho put away his wrath, as the object they had in view was now attained.
The Judge's face took on suddenly the expression of a rhadamanthus.
Madam, says rhadamanthus, be pleased to file off to the left, and make room for the venerable matron that stands behind you.
"Your case presents some peculiar features, Mr. Carter," said rhadamanthus.
1580s, from Latinized form of Greek Rhadamanthos, one of the judges of the lower world (son of Zeus and Europa); used allusively of inflexible judges. Related: Rhadamantine.