- Even so said he, and here are also these to tell the tale that were my companions, Aias and the two heralds, both men discreet.Book 9 (95% in)
- And now had they been smiting hand to hand with swords, but that the heralds, messengers of gods and men, came, one from the Trojans, one from the mail-clad Achaians, even Talthybios and Idaios, both men discreet.Book 7 (57% in)
- To them discreet Antenor began to make harangue: "Hearken to me, Trojans and Dardanians and allies, that I may tell you that my soul within my breast commandeth me.Book 7 (72% in)
There are no more uses of "discreet" in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers).
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