noun, plural Myr·mi·dons, Myr·mid·o·nes [mur-mid-n-eez] /mɜrˈmɪd nˌiz/.
Origin of Myrmidon
Examples from the Web for myrmidon
But the sword of Achilles, if it tired him, was bound to be of insupportable weight to a myrmidon.The Mesmerist's Victim|Alexandre Dumas
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
He handed it to the Myrmidon, who looked down at it, frowned, and then looked up.
And the Myrmidon was certainly just as mortal as Forrester himself, or any other hireling of the Gods.
We immediately got under weigh, accompanied by the Myrmidon and Slaney.The Surrender of Napoleon|Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland.