rhadamanthine

[ rad-uh-man-thuh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF rhadamanthine
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At any rate, all you Rhadamanthine judges, she was paying for it, and surely that is all you demand.

Imprimatur nevertheless was the concluding word,—with these grave abatements, and rhadamanthine admonitions.

The design of the poem is manifestly incompatible with stern "rhadamanthine justice" and indignant denunciation of wrong.

There is something really awful in its Rhadamanthine severity of justice; but it was needed.

In his first volume he had been Rhadamanthine upon the translation of Mr. Newman.

I descended from my Rhadamanthine seat and reflected that the betrayal of Blanquette's confidence would not be a gallant action.

It was somewhat Rhadamanthine; but a twelve-month of further reflection has shown no cause in any respect to revise it.

Life holds no inscrutable dark places for those who have passed through this ordeal; their judgments are Rhadamanthine.

One great, if not the greatest, end of poetry is rhadamanthine justice.

And in these unruly islands I was prepared almost to welcome the face of Rhadamanthine severity.

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