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

2 uses
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Definition
cause to happen — especially something that is damaging and uncontrollable
  • A plain man cannot stand against the anger of a king, who if he swallow his displeasure now, will yet nurse revenge till he has wreaked it.
    Book 1 (15% in)
  • Then shall some braggart Trojan leap upon your tomb and say, 'Ever thus may Agamemnon wreak his vengeance; he brought his army in vain; he is gone home to his own land with empty ships, and has left Menelaus behind him.'
    Book 4 (33% in)

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