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dissuade
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Edward)

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persuade someone not to do something
  • Sounder opinion none can hold than this, Which I maintain, and ever have maintain'd, Ev'n from the day when thou, great King, didst bear The fair Briseis from Achilles' tent Despite his anger—not by my advice: I fain would have dissuaded thee, but thou, Following the dictates of thy wrathful pride, Didst to our bravest wrong, dishon'ring him Whom ev'n th' Immortals honour'd; for his prize Thou took'st and still retain'st; but let us now Consider, if ev'n yet, with costly gifts And...
    2.9 — Volume 2 Book 9 (15% in)

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