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scythe
used in The Odyssey by Homer - (translated by: Butler)

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a tool for cutting grass that has a curved blade and a long handle that is held with both hands
  • "Eurymachus," answered Ulysses, "if you and I were to work one against the other in early summer when the days are at their longest—give me a good scythe, and take another yourself, and let us see which will last the longer or mow the stronger, from dawn till dark when the mowing grass is about.
    Book 18 (87% in)

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