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

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Definition
extremely unpleasant, disgusting, dislikable, or worthy of hate
  • Of all the gods who tread the spangled skies, Thou most unjust, most odious in our eyes!
    Book 5 (98% in)
  • Then thus the god: "O restless fate of pride, That strives to learn what heaven resolves to hide; Vain is the search, presumptuous and abhorr'd, Anxious to thee, and odious to thy lord.
    Book 1 (93% in)
  • Left to Atrides, (victor in the strife,) An odious conquest and a captive wife, Hence let me sail; and if thy Paris bear My absence ill, let Venus ease his care.
    Book 3 (87% in)
  • Fate wills not this; nor thus can Jove resign The future father of the Dardan line:(266) The first great ancestor obtain'd his grace, And still his love descends on all the race: For Priam now, and Priam's faithless kind, At length are odious to the all-seeing mind; On great AEneas shall devolve the reign, And sons succeeding sons the lasting line sustain."
    Book 20 (60% in)

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

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