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

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Definition
extreme criticism or a state of disgrace resulting from it
  • Stern Menelaus first the silence broke, And, inly groaning, thus opprobrious spoke: "Women of Greece!
    Book 7 (23% in)
  • Far on the left, amid the throng he found (Cheering the troops, and dealing deaths around) The graceful Paris; whom, with fury moved, Opprobrious thus, th' impatient chief reproved: "Ill-fated Paris! slave to womankind, As smooth of face as fraudulent of mind!
    Book 13 (91% in)

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