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παρεγ-κλίνω [ι_],
A.cause to incline sideways, Orph.H.63.7 ; wave, “μετέωρα τὰ ξίφη . . παρεγκλίνοντεςOnos.29.2 ; lay beside or by, “π. τὰς λαγόνας γυναιξίLXX Si.47.19 (as v. l.) :—Pass., incline sideways, v. l. in Hp.Art.54 ; “λοξῷ καὶ παρεγκεκλιμένῳ πορείας σχήματι χρώμενοςPlu.Phoc.2 ; κατὰ τὴν θέσιν π. Theo Sm.p.128 H.
2. intr. in Act., μικρὸν εἰς τὸ πλάγιον π. Arist.HA498a16 : c. gen., deviate from, [“πολιτεία] μικρὸν -κλίνουσα τῆς βασιλικῆςId.Ath.41.2 : c. acc., μικρὸν π. τὴν ἀκμήν not far from their prime, Thphr.CP6.17.3 : abs., of the sun, pass the meridian, Id.Vent.16.
b. swerve, of atoms, Epicur.Frr.281p.351U., 383p.355U.
II. alter slightly, “τὴν λέξινAth.15.701d, cf. 10.454b ; τῷ τόνῳ Sch.Ar.Eq.950.
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    • Aristophanes, Knights, 950
    • Aristotle, Constitution of the Athenians, 41.2
    • Hippocrates, De articulis, 54
    • Old Testament, Ecclesiasticus, 47.19
    • Plutarch, Phocion, 2
    • Onasander, Strategicus, 29.2
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