A.shift in order to meet attacks, “τοὺς σάκκους” J.BJ 3.7.20:—Pass., to be shifted in the other direction, Paul.Aeg.6.3.
2. Pass., to be produced correspondingly, Plot.2.4.11.
3. adduce, allege on the other side, Plu.2.719c: abs., argue on the other side, Phld. Rh.2.267S., cf. Vit.p.4J.
II. more freq. intr., lead an army against, advance to meet the enemy, X.Cyr.1.6.43.