noun Classical Mythology.
Examples from the Web for eurydice
He leaves, sending Eurydice long fictional accounts of his travels.
Eurydice kissed Stella tenderly before she left the house to go to the town hall.The Second Fiddle|Phyllis Bottome
In 1878 the Eurydice was passing along by the Undercliff under full sail.The Isle of Wight|G. E. Mitton
Eurydice's heel is pierced by the serpent, behind the scenes.A History of Pantomime|R. J. Broadbent
British Dictionary definitions for eurydice
Word Origin and History for eurydice
wife of Orpheus in Greek mythology, from Latin, from Greek Eurydike, literally "wide justice," from eurys "wide" (see aneurysm) + dike "right, custom, usage, law; justice" (cognate with Latin dicere "to show, tell;" see diction).