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

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to encourage growth, interest or excitement, or to cause something to happen
  • A nation of courageous, hardy, indefatigable women, dwelling apart from men, permitting only a short temporary intercourse, for the purpose of renovating their numbers, burning out their right breast with a view of enabling themselves to draw the bow freely; this was at once a general type, stimulating to the fancy of the poet, and a theme eminently popular with his hearers.
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