noun, plural tel·a·mo·nes [tel-uh-moh-neez]. /ˌtɛl əˈmoʊ niz/. Architecture.
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noun Classical Mythology.
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Down goes the heavy lance; down goes the ponderous shield, suspended by a telamon: "Ohitarge grant cume peises al col!"Homer and His Age|Andrew Lang
Telamon rushed forward, but stumbled over a projecting root and fell to the ground.Stories of Old Greece and Rome|Emilie Kip Baker
Less fortunate was Pappenheim, the Telamon of the army, the bravest soldier of Austria and the church.The Thirty Years War, Complete|Friedrich Schiller
Aias, the son of Telamon, is clearly a 'doublet' of the Locrian Aias; and so forth.The Heroic Age|H. Munro Chadwick
And Telamon and the sons of Tyndarus, and Meleager the son36 of Œneus, said that they would follow him.Stories of the Old world|Alfred John Church