noun, plural Myr·mi·dons, Myr·mid·o·nes [mur-mid-n-eez]. /mɜrˈmɪd nˌiz/.
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Origin of Myrmidon
Words nearby Myrmidon
Example sentences from the Web for Myrmidon
So he passed on, and with his myrmidon reached Galway, without incurring any impediment from Mr. Lax.The Landleaguers|Anthony Trollope
After receiving (p. 096) them on board, we made sail, accompanied by the Myrmidon, for England.The Surrender of Napoleon|Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland.
He turned to his myrmidon: "Get a move on you, Herbert; it's a bit parky standing about here."
What Myrmidon or Dolopian, or soldier of stern Ulysses, could in such a tale restrain his tears!The Aeneid of Virgil|Virgil
It sits on the top of its blade of grass, and when a myrmidon passes below, it throws a little skein of cobweb at its head.Atlantis|Gerhart Hauptmann