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παραπείθω , fut.
A.-πείσωCom.Adesp.25.17 D. (dub.) : Ep.aor. παρ- or παραι-πέπι^θον :—win by persuasive arts, prevail upon, Il. 24.208 ; “Πηλείωνα . . σπουδῇ παρπεπιθόντες23.37, cf. 606, Od.24.119 ; freq. with a notion of deceit or guile, beguile, cajole, “ὅς μ᾽ ἄγε παρπεπιθὼν ᾗσι φρεσίOd. 14.290 : c. acc. et inf., “μή σε ἔπεσσι παραιπεπίθῃσιν Ὀδυσσεὺς μνηστήρεσσι μάχεσθαι22.213 ; “παράπεισον . . ἐλθεῖν . . ἸσμηνόνE. Supp.60(lyr.) :—rare in Prose, μή πῃ πρεσβύτας ἡμᾶς ὄντας . . παραπείσῃ may cajole us, Pl.Lg.892d, cf. Nic.Dam.130.24J. :—Pass., παραπεπεῖσθαι to be beguiled into doing a thing, Arist.LI969b17.
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