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used in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers)

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unrestrained by convention or propriety
  • Then brazen Ares bellowed loud as nine thousand warriors or ten thousand cry in battle as they join in strife and fray.
    Book 5 (93% in)
  • Even as a wind carrieth the chaff about the sacred threshing-floors when men are winnowing, and the chaff-heaps grow white—so now grew the Achaians white with falling dust which in their midst the horses' hooves beat up into the brazen heaven, as fight was joined again, and the charioteers wheeled round.
    Book 5 (60% in)
  • Even as gloomy mist appeareth from the clouds when after beat a stormy wind ariseth, even so to Tydeus' son Diomedes brazen Ares appeared amid clouds, faring to wide heaven.
    Book 5 (94% in)
  • So they fought on, and the iron din went up through the high desert air unto the brazen heaven.
    Book 17 (57% in)
  • And when they heard the brazen voice of Aiakides, the souls of all of them were dismayed, and the horses of goodly manes were fain to turn the chariots backward, for they boded anguish in their hearts, And the charioteers were amazed when they saw the unwearying fire blaze fierce on the head of the great-hearted son of Peleus, for the bright-eyed goddess Athene made it blaze.
    Book 18 (42% in)
  • Once more must Achilles be seen in the forefront of the battle, laying waste with his brazen spear the battalions of the men of Troy.
    Book 19 (37% in)

There are no more uses of "brazen" in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers).

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