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εὐοδ-έω ,
A.have a free course or passage, of running water, D.55.10; of bodily secretions, Arist.GA725a35, etc.; of trees, have root-room, Thphr.HP1.6.4:—impers. in Pass., εὐοδεῖται there is a free passage, Arist.GA739a35.
2. metaph., fare well, prosper, “εὐοδῶν πορεύομαιTheopomp.Com.74, cf. Ph.1.430, Procl.Hyp.4.31; “κατὰ τὸν βίονHerm. in Phdr.p.155 A.; τέχναι, ψυχή εὐ., Ph.1.687, 240; εὐώδει σοι τὰ πράγματα ib.145; “ἀπόδειξις -οῦσα πρὸς τὰ συμπεράσματαDam.Pr. 376; [“ ἀρετὴ] . . προϊοῦσα εὐοδεῖM.Ant.6.17; εὐόδει, on a gravestone, IG12(7).449.
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    • Demosthenes, Against Callicles, 10
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