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brazen
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

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Definition
unrestrained by convention or propriety
  • When they came to the part where the bravest and most in number were gathered about mighty Diomed, fighting like lions or wild boars of great strength and endurance, there Juno stood still and raised a shout like that of brazen-voiced Stentor, whose cry was as loud as that of fifty men together.
    Book 5 (87% in)
  • When he got there, he yoked his fleet brazen-footed steeds with their manes of gold all flying in the wind; he clothed himself in raiment of gold, grasped his gold whip, and took his stand upon his chariot.
    Book 13 (3% in)
  • They fought and fought, and an iron clank rose through the void air to the brazen vault of heaven.
    Book 17 (56% in)
  • Ringing as the note of a trumpet that sounds alarm then the foe is at the gates of a city, even so brazen was the voice of the son of Aeacus, and when the Trojans heard its clarion tones they were dismayed; the horses turned back with their chariots for they boded mischief, and their drivers were awe-struck by the steady flame which the grey-eyed goddess had kindled above the head of the great son of Peleus.
    Book 18 (36% in)

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