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φθέγμ̓, “"voice,"” rather than “"word"”: the conj. θρέμμ̓ (Blaydes) would efface an expressive touch. ψαύεις might be defended as present of intention or attempt (cp. on 993κτείνοι”): but ψαύσεις is more natural, and expresses indignation with greater force.

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