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

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Definition
someone who is running away or hiding to avoid arrest or an unpleasant situation
  • I shall not fall a fugitive at least, My soul shall bravely issue from my breast.
    Book 22 (57% in)
  • ...are huddled together without connection or congruity: Mars and Pallas are awkwardly introduced among the Centaurs and Lapithae;— but the gap is wide indeed between them and Apollo with the Muses, waking the echoes of Olympus to celestial harmonies; whence however, we are hurried back to Perseus, the Gorgons, and other images of war, over an arm of the sea, in which the sporting dolphins, the fugitive fishes, and the fisherman on the shore with his casting net, are minutely represented.
    Footnotes (84% in)

There are no more uses of "fugitive" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).

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