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

10 uses
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Definition
present in great quantity
  • 'Thus we sat there the livelong day until the going down of the sun, feasting on abundant flesh and on sweet wine.
    Book 9 (28% in)
  • Thus for that time we sat the livelong day, until the going down of the sun, feasting on abundant flesh and sweet wine.
    Book 9 (98% in)
  • So for that time we sat the livelong day till the going down of the sun, feasting on abundant flesh and sweet wine.
    Book 10 (34% in)
  • So there we sat day by day for the full circle of a year, feasting on abundant flesh and sweet wine.
    Book 10 (82% in)
  • So for that time we sat the livelong day till the going down of the sun, feasting on abundant flesh and sweet wine.
    Book 10 (84% in)
  • Thus for that time we sat the livelong day, until the going down of the sun, feasting on abundant flesh and on sweet wine.
    Book 12 (7% in)
  • Him shalt thou find sitting by the swine, as they are feeding near the rock of Corax and the spring Arethusa, and there they eat abundance of acorns and drink the black water, things whereby swine grow fat and well-liking.
    Book 13 (93% in)
  • So they wished to destroy thy father and wrest from him his dear life, and utterly to devour all his great and abundant livelihood; but Odysseus stayed and withheld them, for all their desire.
    Book 16 (89% in)
  • For in the midst of laughter they had got ready the midday meal, a sweet meal and abundant, for they had sacrificed many cattle.
    Book 20 (99% in)
  • Now that goodly Odysseus hath wreaked vengeance on the wooers, let them make a firm covenant together with sacrifice, and let him be king all his days, and let us bring about oblivion of the slaying of their children and their brethren; so may both sides love one another as of old, and let peace and wealth abundant be their portion.'
    Book 24 (87% in)

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

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