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

5 uses
  • Nay, I will determine the matter myself, and no man will blame me, for I shall do what is just.
    Book 23 (64% in)
  • The Epeans were beleaguering the city and were determined to take it, but ere this might be there was a desperate fight in store for them.
    Book 11 (86% in)
  • Those that went with Hector and Polydamas were the bravest and most in number, and the most determined to break through the wall and fight at the ships.
    Book 12 (18% in)
  • As when there is a heavy swell upon the sea, but the waves are dumb—they keep their eyes on the watch for the quarter whence the fierce winds may spring upon them, but they stay where they are and set neither this way nor that, till some particular wind sweeps down from heaven to determine them—even so did the old man ponder whether to make for the crowd of Danaans, or go in search of Agamemnon.
    Book 14 (4% in)
  • BOOK XX The gods hold a council and determine to watch the fight, from the hill Callicolone, and the barrow of Hercules—A fight between Achilles and AEneas is interrupted by Neptune, who saves AEneas—Achilles kills many Trojans.
    Book 20 (0% in)

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

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