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ὁρᾶν, κλύειν, epexegetic inf., like χαλεπὸς συζῆν (Plat. Polit. 302B). The cry which bursts from the Chorus merely utters their horror at first seeing and hearing the wretch who has dared so great an impiety;—they have not yet had time to scan the traces of misery which the blind man's form exhibits (cp. 286).

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    • Plato, Statesman, 302b
    • Sophocles, Oedipus at Colonus, 286
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