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myrmidonMUR-muh-don; -duhn , noun;

1.(Capitalized) A member of a warlike Thessalian people who followed Achilles on the expedition against Troy.

2.A loyal follower, especially one who executes orders without question.

Quotes:

He risked assassination, torture or . . . retaliation, the defining signatures of Mr. Milosevic and his ultranationalist myrmidons.
— Bruce Fein, “Follow U.S. war crimes advice?”, Washington Times, May 10, 2001

I felt quite sure that the myrmidon on duty in Gadsby Row would tell you all about my visit.
— Georgette Heyer, Behold, Here’s Poison

The best hotel, and all its culinary myrmidons, were set to work to prepare the feast.
— Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit

Origin:
Myrmidon derives from Greek Myrmidones, a warlike people of ancient Thessaly.

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