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

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to have difficulty — such as to not know what to do or to move awkwardly on unsure footing
  • Far as an able arm the disk can send, When youthful rivals their full force extend, So far, Antilochus! thy chariot flew Before the king: he, cautious, backward drew His horse compell'd; foreboding in his fears The rattling ruin of the clashing cars, The floundering coursers rolling on the plain, And conquest lost through frantic haste to gain.
    Book 23 (50% in)

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