Related formsRhad·a·man·thine [rad-uh-man-thin, -thahyn] /ˌræd əˈmæn θɪn, -θaɪn/, adjective
Examples from the Web for rhadamanthine
There is something really awful in its Rhadamanthine severity of justice; but it was needed.Charles Sumner; his complete works, volume 6 (of 20)|Charles Sumner
In his first volume he had been Rhadamanthine upon the translation of Mr. Newman.
Imprimatur nevertheless was the concluding word,—with these grave abatements, and rhadamanthine admonitions.The Life of John Sterling|Thomas Carlyle
Life holds no inscrutable dark places for those who have passed through this ordeal; their judgments are Rhadamanthine.A Woman of Thirty|Honore de Balzac
No deputy is so literal, no nurse so Rhadamanthine, as one child left in charge of another.