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ἀναύδατος, ‘without speech,’— either from his own lips, or from those of his bearers. Cp. the comprehensive sense of “οὐ στενακτός” in O. C.1663.In Ai.713ἀναύδατος” has its pass. sense.

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    • Sophocles, Ajax, 713
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