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δόκησις , εως, , (δοκέω)
A.opinion, fancy,δ. δὲ δεῖ λέγεινHdt.7.185, cf. Chrysipp.Stoic.2.22, etc.; δ. εἰπεῖν, opp. ἐξακριβῶσαι λόγον, S. Tr.426; δ. ἀγνὼς λόγων ἦλθε a vague suspicion was thrown out, Id.OT681 (lyr.); “δ. τῆς ἀληθείαςTh.2.35; δώρων δ. suspicion of bribery, Id.5.16; δ. παρέχειν ὡς . . Plu.Pomp.54.
3. appearance, opp. reality, Ph.1.222; “φάσμα καὶ δ. ἑαυτῆς παρέχεινPlu.2.392a; “δ. ἰσχίουAret.SD 2.12.
II. repute, credit, Th.4.18, Stoic.3.38; “ στρατηγὸς τὴν δ. ἄρνυταιE.Andr.696.
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