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[*] 609. Besides the authors above mentioned, Euripides has one example of ὡς with the infinitive like ὥστε, Cycl. 647; Thucydides one, vii. 34; and Plato one, Rep. 365D. We have ὡς with the indicative in PLAT. Men. 71 A; and with the participle in XEN. Cyr. vii. 5, 46 , and PLAT. Tim. 56 C (ὡς here having both the participle and the infinitive). For ὡς with the infinitive after the comparative and ἤ, see 764.
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