hector[ hek-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF hector
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HECTOR
Hector, the bulwark of Troy, had fallen, and the ruin of the city was at hand.
If the Devil did not run away with Hector Marot, pray who did?
Even Hector cut his stick (with Achilles after him) at the siege of Troy.
She will have but a poor opinion of me, if I do not appear an offended Hector!
Hector Hall had come to collect his outstanding account at last.
Hector Hall interposed, his voice a growl between his teeth.
Did he––did Hector Hall sling a gun on Mr. Mackenzie that time?
Compare the story of Hector and Andromache with some famous passage from any of these writers.
Imagine the death of Hector in the hands of Dickens or Hardy.
But sad grief darkened the mind of Hector, on account of his charioteer.