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ἀκόρ-εστος , ον, (κορέννυμι
A.= ἀκόρητος, insatiate, “αὐάταLyr.Adesp. 123, Trag. in lyr. passages, A.Ag.1002, E.Heracl.927: c. gen., “αἰχμᾶς .A.Pers.998, cf. Eus.Mynd.1. Adv. “-τως, ὀπυίεσθαιAP10.56 (Pall.), cf. Eun.VSp.456B.; “. ὕδατος ἔχεινGp.15.9.2, cf. Them.Or. 24.304d.
2. of things, unceasing, “οἰζύςA.Ag.756; “οἰμωγάS.El. 123; “νείκηE.Med.638: Sup., “γόοιςA.Pers.545.
II. Act., not causing surfeit, Id.Ag.1331; “φιλίαX.Smp.8.15 (Comp.).
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