ξύναυλος prop. “dwelling with ” （“μανίᾳ ξύναυλος” Soph. Aj. 611）: here, after πρὸς, merely: “having thy haunts ”: an instance of that redundant government which Soph. often admits: below 1205 ἐν πόνοις ι ξύνοικος: Soph. Aj. 464 “γυμνὸν ... τῶν ἀριστείων ἄτερ”: Soph. Phil. 31 “κενὴν οἴκησιν ἀνθρώπων δίχα”: Soph. Ant. 919 “ἔρημος πρὸς φίλων”: 445 ἔξω βαρείας αἰτίας ἐλεύθερον.
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