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loath
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The Aeneid
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  • Witness, ye gods, and thou my better part, How loth I am to try this impious art!
  • The bold Euryalus, tho’ loth, obey’d.
  • The conscious wretch must all his acts reveal, (Loth to confess, unable to conceal), From the first moment of his vital breath, To his last hour of unrepenting death.
  • The purple streams thro’ the thin armor strove, And drench’d th’ imbroider’d coat his mother wove; And life at length forsook his heaving heart, Loth from so sweet a mansion to depart.

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  • loath to admit a mistake
  • Much as they loath to admit it, there are serious divides splitting the party.

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