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A.Causal in pres., imperf., fut., aor1: to put out of its place, to change or alter utterly, Arist., Plut.
2.metaph., ἐξιστάναι τινὰ φρενῶν to drive one out of his senses, Eur.; τοῦ φρονεῖν Xen.; absol. to derange, Dem.
B.intr. in Pass. and Mid., with aor2, perf., and plup. act.:
1.of Place, to stand aside from, ἐκστάντες τῆς ὁδοῦ out of the way, Hdt.; so, ἐκστῆναί τινι Soph., etc.:—metaph., ἐξ, ἕδρας ἐξέστηκε is displaced, disordered, Eur.
2.c. acc. to shrink from, shun, Soph., Dem.
II.c. gen. to retire from, give up possession of, τῆς ἀρχῆς Thuc.: — to cease from, abandon, τῶν μαθημάτων Xen.
2.ἐκστῆναι πατρός to lose one's father, give him up, Ar.
3.φρενῶν ἐξεστάναι to lose one's senses, Eur.: —then, absol. to be out of one's wits, to be astonished, amazed, NTest. degenerate, οἶνος ἐξεστηκώς changed, sour wine, Dem.; πρόσωπα ἐξεστηκότα disfigured faces, Xen.
5.absol. to change one's position, one's opinion, Thuc.

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