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- The son of Peleus ceased: the chiefs around In silence wrapt, in consternation drown'd, Attend the stern reply.Book 9 (67% in)
- Ulysses ceased: the great Achaian host, With sorrow seized, in consternation lost, Attend the stern reply.Book 9 (97% in)
- The Trojans, at the sight of Patroclus in Achilles' armour, taking him for that hero, are cast into the uttermost consternation; he beats them off from the vessels, Hector himself flies, Sarpedon is killed, though Jupiter was averse to his fate.Book 16 (1% in)
There are no more uses of "consternation" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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