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

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convey her safely to
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transport
  • The ship that conveyed him is turned into a rock, and Odysseus by Pallas is instructed what to do, and transformed into an old beggarman.
    Book 13 (1% in)
  • Zeus prophecies that after twenty days sailing, Odysseus will reach Scheria, and the hospitable Phaeacians, a people akin to the Gods, who will convey him to Ithaca.
    Introduction (65% in)
  • Moreover, he sware, in mine own presence, as he poured the drink offering in his house, that the ship was drawn down to the sea and his company were ready, who were to convey him to his own dear country.
    Book 14 (62% in)
  • Moreover he sware, in mine own presence, as he poured the drink-offering in his house, that the ship was drawn down to the sea and his company were ready, who were to convey him to his own dear country.
    Book 19 (49% in)
  • Quick, ye young men, and convey him forth out of doors, that he may go to the place of the gathering, since here he finds it dark as night.'
    Book 20 (91% in)

There are no more uses of "convey" flagged with this meaning in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang).

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  • Odysseus is conveyed to Ithaca, in the evening, on one of the magical barques of the Phaeacians.
    Introduction (72% in)
  • But thou, Menelaus, son of Zeus, art not ordained to die and meet thy fate in Argos, the pasture-land of horses, but the deathless gods will convey thee to the Elysian plain and the world's end, where is Rhadamanthus of the fair hair, where life is easiest for men.
    Book 4 (67% in)
  • Then she called on Odysseus, and spake and hailed him: 'Up now, stranger, and rouse thee to go to the city, that I may convey thee to the house of my wise father, where, I promise thee, thou shalt get knowledge of all the noblest of the Phaeacians.
    Book 6 (77% in)
  • But when now the months and days were fulfilled, as the year came round and the seasons returned, he set me aboard a seafaring ship for Libya, under colour as though I was to convey a cargo thither with him, but his purpose was to sell me in Libya, and get a great price.
    Book 14 (55% in)

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

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