κεύθει is hidden. Soph. Aj. 635 “Ἅιδᾳ κεύθων.” In Soph. Trach. 989 “σιγῇ κεύθειν” may be regarded as transitive with a suppressed acc., ”to shroud （thy thought） in silence. “ Elsewhere κεύθω is always trans., and only the perf. κέκευθα intransitive.δὴ here nearly = ἤδη: cp. Soph. Ant. 170 “ὅτ᾽ οὖν ὤλοντο ... ι ἐγὼ κράτη δὴ ... ἔχω.”
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