But what if Eurymachus, even now, were to find an opportunity?
Eu ry' ma chos, or Eurymachus—one of the suitors of Penelope.
Two of the wooers, Antinous and Eurymachus, were greatly angered at the daring act of the youth.
The other of the two men was Eurymachus, who took the road to Ostia.
At the spot where, on a former occasion, Quintus had come upon the road with Eurymachus in his litter, the party halted.
And will not his generosity pardon Eurymachus for escaping, if you are his advocate?
He would have given half his fortune, to learn that Eurymachus was silent forever.
At any rate, the noble Eurymachus does not seem to have been very eager.
He says too that Eurymachus gained the greatest number of victories in this game, and was very sanguine about his marriage.
“We might have spared ourselves the fright,” he said to Eurymachus.