2.to send away, dismiss, let go
; τήνδε θεῷ πρόες let
to the god, i. e. in reverence to him, id=Il.
4.of missiles, to send forth, shoot or dart forth, Hom.
II.to give up, deliver over, betray
one to his enemy, Hdt.
: —Pass. to be given
or thrown away
, εἰ προεῖτο ταῦτα Dem.
B.Mid. to send forward from oneself, drive forward, Xen.:—of sounds, to utter, Aeschin., etc.
II.to give up, let go: to give up
to the enemy, Thuc.
, etc.; πρ. σφᾶς αὑτούς gave
themselves up as lost
2.to desert, abandon
; οὐδαμῆ προΐεντο ἑαυτούς did
themselves (i. e. take bribes), Dem.
4.to throw off
one's clothes, id=Dem.
: and, in bad sense, to throw away
, τὸν καιρόν id=Dem.
; τὰ πατρῷα Aeschin.
: absol. to be lavish
6.to suffer to escape, Polyb.
7.rarely in good sense, to give over to one, confide to one's care, Xen.
III.to neglect, disregard, Arist.:— absol. to neglect all advice, to be reckless, Dem.