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ἐγχρον-ίζω , be long about a thing, delay, Th.3.27; “περὶ ὑποχόνδριονHp.Acut.50; “ἐγχρονίσαςafter long delay, Epigr.Gr.815.7; “. πρὸς τὸν γάμονArist.Rh.1411a19; “εἰς καιρόνPhld.Lib.p.13 O.; τινί in a thing, Plb.15.36.6; “ἐν τόπῳD.C.44.46:—Pass., Pl.Ep.362a.
II. become chronic, “ἐγχρονίζει τὰ ἐμπυήματαHp.Prog.17; “ἐγχρονίζον ἔθοςPh.2.203; continue in, “τῷ καταστήματιProcl.Par.Ptol.51:—Pass., “ἐγχρονισθὲν τὸ νόσημαPl.Grg.480b, cf. Arist.HA586a18.
III. Act., c. acc. pers., waste a person's time, Vett.Val.150.10.
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    • Plato, Gorgias, 480b
    • Polybius, Histories, 15.36.6
    • Thucydides, Histories, 3.27
    • Hippocrates, Prognosticon, 17
    • Cassius Dio, Historia Romana, 44.46
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