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- 'On this wise he spake, but I answered him, saying: "Eurylochus, abide for thy part here in this place, eating and drinking by the black hollow ship: but I will go forth, for a strong constraint is laid on me."Book 10 (49% in)
- And Telemachus will testify of this, thine own dear son, that not by mine own will or desire did I resort to thy house to sing to the wooers at their feasts; but being so many and stronger than I they led me by constraint.'Book 22 (72% in)
There are no more uses of "constraint" in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).
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