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ἐκβι^-άζω , force out, dislodge, expel, prob.f.l. for -βιβάζω in Plu. 2.243d, 662a; also χεῖρα κατά τινος lay violent hands on, Lib.Decl.40.1 (s.v.l.):—elsewh. in Med. (fut. -“βιάσομαιMen.Pk.252), Thphr.HP 8.10.4, PSI4.340.16 (iii B.C.), Plb.18.23.4 ; “δίψανPlu.2.584e :— Pass., τόξον χειρῶν ἐκβεβιασμένον the bow forced from mine hands, S. Ph.1129(lyr.); “ἐκβιασθέντεςforced from their position, Plb.1.28.6, cf. Plu.Thes.27, etc.: rare in pres., “τοὺς ἐκβιαζομένουςId.Alex.60.
2. Med., constrain, Hdn.2.3.4 : c. inf., “. τινὰ ὑπακοῦσαιId.2.2.5 ; “ἐς τὸ γράφεινEun.Hist.p.216 D.:—Pass., “τούτους ἀνελεῖν -βιασθήσομαιLib.Decl.40.14.
II. Med., project with force, Arist.Aud.800b12 : metaph., exploit to the full,τὴν τόλμανEun.Hist.p.258D.
III. Pass., to be expressed in a forced, elaborate way, of works of art, Plu. Tim.36.
IV. in argument, insist, c. acc. et inf., Phld.Rh.1.74 S.
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    • Sophocles, Philoctetes, 1129
    • Polybius, Histories, 18.23.4
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    • Plutarch, Alexander, 60
    • Aretaeus, De causis et signis acutorum morborum (lib. 1), 2.11
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