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I.undistinguishable, unarranged, disorderly, Hom.; τύμβος ἄκριτος one common undistinguished grave, Il.
2.continual, unceasing, ἄχεα id=Il.; neut. as adv., πενθήμεναι ἄκριτον αἰεί Od.:— ὄρος ἄκρ. a continuous mountain-range, Anth., Babr.
II.undecided, doubtful, νείκεα, ἄεθλος Il.; ἀκρίτων ὄντων while the issue was doubtful, Thuc.:—adv. ἀκρίτως, without decisive issue, id=Il.
2.unjudged, untried, of persons and things, ἄκριτόν τινα κτείνειν to put to death without trial, Lat. indicta causa, Hdt., etc.
III.act. not giving a judgment, id=Hdt.: without judgment, ill-judged, rash, Eur.

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