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

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disposed the troops along...
Definition
the arrangement, positioning, or use of things
  • You have everything at your disposal wherewith to entertain guests, and you have many subjects.
    Book 9 (10% in)
disposal = command

(editor's note:  When something is "at someone's disposal" it is "at their command," or "available for their use." They can use it as they please.)
There are no more uses of "dispose" flagged with this meaning in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Butler).

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  • A god has just come up to me and told me that Jove the supreme disposer will be with us.
    Book 17 (44% in)
  • The chiefs disposed their men this way and that before the fight began, drafting them out as easily as goatherds draft their flocks when they have got mixed while feeding; and among them went King Agamemnon, with a head and face like Jove the lord of thunder, a waist like Mars, and a chest like that of Neptune.
    Book 2 (54% in)
  • For my own part I shall stay here seated on Mt. Olympus and look on in peace, but do you others go about among Trojans and Achaeans, and help either side as you may be severally disposed.
    Book 20 (6% in)
  • He turned to Antilochus and said, "Now, Antilochus, angry though I have been, I can give way to you of my own free will; you have never been headstrong nor ill-disposed hitherto, but this time your youth has got the better of your judgement; be careful how you outwit your betters in future; no one else could have brought me round so easily, but your good father, your brother, and yourself have all of you had infinite trouble on my behalf; I therefore yield to your entreaty, and will...
    Book 23 (67% in)
  • But Priam and Idaeus as they showed out upon the plain did not escape the ken of all-seeing Jove, who looked down upon the old man and pitied him; then he spoke to his son Mercury and said, "Mercury, for it is you who are the most disposed to escort men on their way, and to hear those whom you will hear, go, and so conduct Priam to the ships of the Achaeans that no other of the Danaans shall see him nor take note of him until he reach the son of Peleus."
    Book 24 (42% in)

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

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