[ yoo-rim-uh-kuhs, yuh- ]

  1. (in the Odyssey) a deceitful suitor of Penelope.

Words Nearby Eurymachus Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Eurymachus in a sentence

  • Eurymachus is the name of their speaker now, manifestly a representative man of their kind.

    Homer's Odyssey | Denton J. Snider
  • Late the evening before, Quintus had sought out old Thrax, and had told him that Eurymachus at last was safe.

  • At the spot where, on a former occasion, Quintus had come upon the road with Eurymachus in his litter, the party halted.

  • He went next to the fugitive entrusted to his protection by Quintus Claudius: Eurymachus.

  • The man, Eurymachus, to be sure, looked by no means incapable of refusing point-blank to give her any information.