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ἔκλυ^τ-ος , ον,
A.easy to let go, light, buoyant, of missiles, E.Andr. 1133.
II. let loose, unbridled,ἵμεροιTi.Locr.102e; lascivious,φιλήματαLyd.Mag.3.65; unlimited, extreme,βουλιμίαTimocl.13.3; “. καὶ βαρύ Mete.198.12.
III. relaxed, unnerved, E.Tr. 1179, dub. in Eup.147; exhausted, Nic.Dam.p.98 D.; deprived of force, of an engine, Ph.Bel.85.10; weak,κίνησις Mete.169.2; “τόνος τοῦ φθέγματοςLuc.Im.13; diluted, watery,οἶνοςGp.7.1.4, cf. Gal.12.278; loose, of proof, Eudem. ap. Theo Sm.p.200 H.; mild (opp. σφοδρόν), “γυμνάσιονGal.6.156. Adv. “-τωςby being relaxed, Plu.Lyc.17; weakly, Agathin. ap. Gal.8.938.
IV. curing by λύσις (opp. κρίσις), “ἡμέραιGal.9.817.
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    • Euripides, Andromache, 1133
    • Euripides, Trojan Women, 1179
    • Plutarch, Lycurgus, 17
    • Lucian, Imagines, 13
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