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δια^μαρτ-άνω , fut.
2. fail utterly of, fail of obtaining,τινόςTh.2.78; “τῶν ἐλπίδωνIsoc.4.93; “τοῦ ἀγῶνοςIs.6.52; “τῆς εἰρήνηςD.18.30; δυοῖν χρησίμοιν οὐ δ. not to miss both of two good things, Id.19.151.
3. abs., fail utterly, opp. τυγχάνω, Pl.Tht.178a; to be quite wrong, Macho 2.6; γνώμῃ in judgement, D.24.48,110; “δ. τοῖς ὅλοιςArist.EN1098b28; ἐν τῇ ἀρχῇ ib.1163a3; “περί τιId.Oec. 1345b10:—Pass., “τὰ πολλὰ . . διημαρτημέναutter failures, Pl.Lg.639e; “διημαρτημένας δόξαςDiogenian.Epicur.2.32; διημαρτημένος faulty, of style, Phld.Rh.1.8S., Longin.33.1, Demetr.Eloc.114 (also in act. sense, “πολλαχῇ διημαρτημένου τοῦ ΠλάτωνοςLongin.32.8, cf. Plu.2.44e). Adv. “διημαρτημένωςPoll.6.205.
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