An imaginary silvery metal of great strength and value.(noun)
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Use "mithril" in a sentence
"It was of silver-steel which the elves call mithril, and with it went a belt of pearls and crystals."
"There are shrines and rituals to tend to, and the strange occurrances at the mithril mine need attention."
"Greedy dwarves, who explore the depths of Middle-earth in search of gold and mithril, insist on fair pay for dangerous work, but their avarice and willingness to renegotiate contracts at the edge of a battle-axe don't make them reliable union members."