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- Now, now thy country calls her wonted friends, And the proud vaunt in just derision ends.Book 5 (53% in)
- His country's woes he glories to deride, And prayers will burst that swelling heart with pride.Book 9 (98% in)
- Achilles heeds not, but derides our pain: Even till the flames consume our fleet he stays, And waits the rising of the fatal blaze.Book 11 (83% in)
- To the dark shades the soul unwilling glides, While the proud victor thus his fall derides.Book 16 (86% in)
There are no more uses of "deride" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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