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dispose
used in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang)

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disposed the troops along...
Definition
the arrangement, positioning, or use of things
  • As Menelaus was the brother of Agamemnon, the Emperor, so to speak, or recognised chief of the petty kingdoms of Greece, the whole force of these kingdoms was at his disposal.
    Introduction (17% 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 Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).

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  • Odysseus bids Telemachus remove, on a favourable opportunity, the arms which were disposed as trophies on the walls of the hall at home.
    Introduction (79% in)
  • If but her heart be kindly disposed toward thee, then is there hope that thou shalt see thy friends, and come to thy well-builded house, and to thine own country.'
    Book 6 (94% in)
  • {*} If but her heart be kindly disposed to thee, then is there good hope that thou mayest see thy friends, and come to thy high-roofed home and thine own country.'
    Book 7 (22% in)
  • But if the gods are disposed to avert it, I bid you to refrain.'
    Book 16 (84% in)

There are no more uses of "dispose" in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).

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