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πολυ-πλα^νής , ές, (πλανάομαι)
A.roaming far or long, ἐν ἁλὶ πολυπλανής (sc. Menelaus) E.Hel.203 (lyr.); εἶδος κτημάτων π., opp. ἀπλανές, Pl.Plt.288a; π. κισσός the straying ivy, AP6.154 (Leon. or Gaet.); “π. πορείαdevious, Plu.Crass.29; “π. ἐν γράμμασιId.2.422d. Adv. “-νῶςwandering in all directions, Hp.Oss.12.
II. much-erring (or Act., leading much astray), “Ἐλπὶς καὶ ΤύχηAP9.134; “ἔπεαMusae.175. [-πλα_νης metri gr. in Opp.C.4.358.]
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    • Euripides, Helen, 203
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