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ἐμπαθ-ής , ές, a state of emotion, Arist. Insomn.460b7 (Comp.); . τινι much affected by or at a thing, Plu. Alex.21; “πρὸς τὰ θεῖαId.2.1125d; . φιλία passionate affection, Alciphr.2.4.12; τὸ . sentiment, emotion, Plu.2.25d. Adv. -θῶς with deepemotion, [“τὴν δεξιὰν] πιέσαςPlb.31.24.9; passionately, “αἰτιάσασθαί τιναJ.AJ16.4.2: Comp. “-έστερον ἔχειν πρός τιPlu.Cic.6; -εστέρως dub. in Phld.Oec.p.42 J.: Sup. “-έσταταPlu.2.668c; “-έστατα παρεστηκότες τῇ φιλοσοφίᾳVit.Philonid.p.9C.
II. opp. ἀπαθής, subject to passivity, Plot.4.7.13,5.9.4; opp. ἐνδρανής, Procl.Inst.80.
III. Rhet., pathetic, D.H.Dem.21. Adv. “-θῶς, εἰρηκέναιDemetr.Eloc. 28.
IV. Gramm., modified, inflected, A.D.Synt.47.16.
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    • Flavius Josephus, Jewish Antiquities, 16.4.2
    • Polybius, Histories, 31.24.9
    • Plutarch, Cicero, 6
    • Plutarch, Alexander, 21
    • Dionysius of Halicarnassus, De Demosthene, 21
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