- Thus by the law of conscience I was led To honor thee, dear brother, and was judged By Creon guilty of a heinous crime.
- CHORUS Son of Menoeceus, thus thou will'st to deal With him who loathed and him who loved our State.
- Thus leisurely I hastened on my road; Much thought extends a furlong to a league.
- GUARD It happened thus.
- Thus my lot appears Not sad, but blissful; for had I endured To leave my mother's son unburied there, I should have grieved with reason, but not now.
- Now if she thus can flout authority Unpunished, I am woman, she the man.
- Go, let her, if she will, Appeal to Zeus the God of Kindred, for If thus I nurse rebellion in my house, Shall not I foster mutiny without?
- (O sight an eye in tears to drown) Antigone, so young, so fair, Thus hurried down Death's bower with the dead to share.
- Is it meet Thus to insult me living, to my face?
- 'tis thus I argue.
- 1) Thus Dryas' child, the rash Edonian King, For words of high disdain Did Bacchus to a rocky dungeon bring, To cool the madness of a fevered brain.
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