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- And Antinous made harangue and spake among them: 'Good sirs, my friends, shun all disdainful words alike, lest someone hear and tell it even in the house.Book 4 (92% in)
- Thenceforth disdain not thou the bed of the goddess, that she may deliver thy company and kindly entertain thee.Book 10 (54% in)
- There is building beyond building, and the court of the house is cunningly wrought with a wall and battlements, and well-fenced are the folding doors; no man may hold it in disdain.Book 17 (44% in)
There are no more uses of "disdain" in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).
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