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[*] 372. （Infinitive.) The future infinitive may stand in indirect discourse after verbs of fearing, to represent a future indicative of the direct course. E.g. Οὐ φοβούμεθα ἐλασσώσεσθαι, “we are not afraid that we shall have the worst of it.” THUC. v. 105. (Here μή with the subjunctive would be the regular form.)
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