noun, plural nem·e·ses [nem-uh-seez]. /ˈnɛm əˌsiz/.
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Origin of nemesis
Example sentences from the Web for nemesis
Unsurprisingly, working in such an emotionally charged field, Herman amasses nemeses.Exclusive: ‘X-Men’ Sex Abuse Lawyer Says He Was Assaulted, Too|Tim Teeman|May 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And of course, there are a few choice pieces of hate mail from the superhero's assorted nemeses.
And Zuckerberg and his friends did routinely refer to their nemeses as "the Winklevii."
Indeed, the city is as much a character in the novel as Jeffrey and Randall and their various nemeses.
And then (thunderclap) one of wine's darkest nemeses appeared: the artichoke.
Again, in that which gives artistic character to the reaction and the retribution the two nemeses differ.
Again, the nemeses have a further emphasis given to them by prophecy.
At Smyrna, where the population was very mixed, Pausanias mentions two Nemeses.The World of Homer|Andrew Lang
British Dictionary definitions for nemesis
noun plural -ses (-ˌsiːz)
Word Origin for Nemesis
Cultural definitions for nemesis
In classical mythology, the Greek goddess of vengeance.