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- Heaven's gates spontaneous open to the powers, Heaven's golden gates, kept by the winged Hours.Book 8 (68% in)
- Heaven's gates spontaneous open to the powers,(155) Heaven's golden gates, kept by the winged Hours;(156) Commission'd in alternate watch they stand, The sun's bright portals and the skies command, Involve in clouds the eternal gates of day, Or the dark barrier roll with ease away.Book 5 (83% in)
- The stubborn arms (by Jove's command disposed) Conform'd spontaneous, and around him closed: Fill'd with the god, enlarged his members grew, Through all his veins a sudden vigour flew, The blood in brisker tides began to roll, And Mars himself came rushing on his soul.Book 17 (31% in)
- 155 —_Spontaneous open.Footnotes (49% in)
There are no more uses of "spontaneous" in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope).
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