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σαρκ-άζω , (σάρξ)
A.tear fiesh like dogs, Ar.Pax 482, ubi v. Sch.; cf. σαρκοκύων.
2. pluck grass with closed lips, as grazing horses do, Hp.Art.8.
II. bite the lips in rage, Gal.19.136: hence, speak bitterly, sneer, “εἰρωνεύεσθαι μετ᾽ ἐπισυρμοῦ τινοςStob.2.7.11m; “σαρκάζων . . καὶ σεσηρώςPh.2.597; cf. Sch.Ar.Ra.966, Eust.1083.32.
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    • Aristophanes, Frogs, 966
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