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- The Greeks in shouts their joint assent declare, The priest to reverence, and release the fair.Book 1 (8% in)
- To whom assenting, thus the Thunderer said: "Go! and the great Minerva be thy aid.Book 5 (85% in)
- The queen assents, and from the infernal bowers Invokes the sable subtartarean powers, And those who rule the inviolable floods, Whom mortals name the dread Titanian gods.Book 14 (53% in)
- The troops assent; their martial arms they change: The busy chiefs their banded legions range.Book 14 (72% in)
- She said: the cloud-compeller, overcome, Assents to fate, and ratifies the doom.Book 16 (54% in)
There are no more uses of "assent" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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