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εὐχερ-ής , ές,
2. unscrupulous, reckless, D.21.103, Arist. Metaph.1025a2. Adv. -ρῶς heedlessly, recklessly, “ λέγων εὐχερῶς ὅτι ἂν βουληθῇςD.18.70, cf. 264.
II. indifferent to danger or suffering, cool, unconcerned, unflinching, τῆς πολεμικῆς χρείας τῆς κατ᾽ ἄνδρα. . εὐχερεῖς καὶ πρακτικοί cool and efficient in individual fighting, Plb.4.8.9; “εἰς εὐχερῆ τῆς ἀποτέξεως ὑπομονήνSor.1.46 (cf. “εὐχέρεια11). Adv. -ρῶς καὶ εὐκόλως ἐξέπιεν drank the hemlock coolly and good-humouredly, Pl.Phd.117c.
2. σπασμοὶ εὐχερέες, i.e. not dangerous, Hp. Prorrh.1.119 (cf. Gal.16.773); cf. “εὐήθης1.3.
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    • Demosthenes, On the Crown, 70
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