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

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very bad; or very annoying; or characteristic of hell or the underworld
  • Pluto, th' infernal monarch, heard alarm'd, And, springing from his throne, cried out in fear, Lest Neptune, breaking through the solid earth, To mortals and Immortals should lay bare His dark and drear abode, of Gods abhorr'd.
    2.20 — Volume 2 Book 20 (12% in)
  • angry sire, Amyntor, son Of Ormenus; a fair-hair'd concubine Cause of the quarrel; her my father lov'd, And by her love estrang'd, despis'd his wife, My mother; oft she pray'd me to seduce, To vex th' old man, my father's concubine; I yielded; he, suspecting, on my head A curse invok'd, and on the Furies call'd His curse to witness, that upon his knees No child, by me begotten, e'er should sit: His curse the Gods have heard, and ratified, Th' infernal King, and awful Proserpine.
    2.9 — Volume 2 Book 9 (63% in)

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