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ἁπλόω , (ἁπλοῦς)
A.make single, unfold, spread out,οὐρήνBatr.74 (v. l.), cf. 80; “σῶμαAP11.107 (Lucill.); “ἱστίαOrph.A.360, etc.; “σαγήνηνAlciphr.3.3; “φάλαγγαPaus.4.11.2; “δακτύλουςSor.1.73; . τὸν ἄργυρον beat it thin, Anacreont.4.5; expose a wound, Just. Nov.111 Pr.:—Pass., ἀγρευθεὶς εἰς τὸ πλοῖον ἡπλώθη [the fish] lay stretched out . ., Babr.4.5; ἀσπάραγος χαίρει γῇ ἡπλωμένῃ open ground, Gp.12.18.1; “ἁπλωθέντων ἱστίωνLib.Or.11.264:—Med., AP10.9, Orph.A.278, D.P.235.
2. metaph., “ἅπλωσον σεαυτόνbe simple, M.Ant.4.26:—Pass., to be simplified, Plot.6.7.35; but, to be expanded, Id.3.5.9 (fort. ἐξαπλ-).
3. make plain,ὁδόνLXX Jb.22.3.
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    • Pausanias, Description of Greece, 4.11.2
    • Old Testament, Job, 22.3
    • Marcus Aurelius, M. Antonius Imperator Ad Se Ipsum, 4.26
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