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κα?́κουργ-ος , Ep. κακοεργός (also late Prose, Porph.Abst. 2.38;
A.δαιμόνια κακοεργάAen.Gaz.Thphr.p.60B.), ον, (ἔργον) doing ill, mischievous, knavish, once in Hom., ἀλλά με γαστὴρ ὀτρύνει κακοεργός importunate, Od.18.54; freq. later, “κλῶπες κακοῦργοιHdt. 1.41; “κ. ἀνήρS.Aj.1043; also “κακουργότατος λόγοςD.20.125; “κ. μάχαιραAP11.136 (Lucill.); “-ότατα εἰπεῖνAntipho 2.4.2. Adv. “-γωςPoll.3.132.
2. as Subst., malefactor, criminal in the eye of the law, Ps.-Phoc.133, Th.1.134, PLille 1.7.20 (iii B.C.), Ev.Luc. 23.32, etc.; “οὐδεὶς κακοεργόςTheoc.15.47; at Athens, technically, thief, robber, “ τῶν κακούργων νόμοςAntipho5.9, cf. 16, Lys.13.78, D.22.28, 24.102.
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    • Herodotus, Histories, 1.41
    • Lysias, Against Agoratus, 78
    • New Testament, Luke, 23.32
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    • Plato, Laches, 192d
    • Sophocles, Ajax, 1043
    • Thucydides, Histories, 1.134
    • Xenophon, Memorabilia, 1.5.3
    • Homer, Odyssey, 18.54
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