[ an-til-uh-kuhs ]

nounClassical Mythology.
  1. a son of Nestor and a trusted friend of Achilles.

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How to use Antilochus in a sentence

  • And Antilochus sat weeping; but ever he held the hands of Achilles, lest he should slay himself in his great grief.

    Stories of the Old world | Alfred John Church
  • Sore dismayed was Antilochus to hear such tidings, and his eyes were filled with tears and his voice was choked.

    Stories of the Old world | Alfred John Church
  • Antilochus first killed a Trojan warrior, Echepolus, son of Thalysias, valiant in the van.

  • Thus he spoke; but grief came upon the Greeks at his boasting, and it particularly agitated the mind of warlike Antilochus.

  • Thus they, then, 569 were fighting, like a blazing fire; but swift-footed Antilochus came as a messenger to Achilles.