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εὐχέρ-εια , ,
II. indifference to danger or hardship: hence, coolness, fortitude, ἀνδρεία καὶ εὐ. (ironical) Pl.R.426d; εὐκολία καὶ εὐ. Id.Lg.942d, cf. Alc.1.122c; “περὶ τὰς κυνηγίας εὐ. καὶ τόλμαPlb.22.3.8; cf. εὐχειρία.
III. ease, agreeableness, “κατὰ τὴν προφοράνPhld.Po.994.; comfort, “ὁδὸς πρὸς εὐχέρειαν ὡδοποιημένηOGI175.9 (Egypt, ii B.C.); περὶ τὰς δυστοκίας τῶν γυναικῶν τῇ εὐχερείᾳ . . βοηθεῖν to minister to the comfort (or promote the fortitude) of women . . , Arist. HA587a11 (cf. “εὐχερής11).
IV. dexterity, skill, “εὐ. ΠραξιτέλουςLuc. Am.11 (nisi leg. εὐχειρία).
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    • Aeschines, Against Timarchus, 124
    • Aeschylus, Eumenides, 494
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