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προσστέλλω ,
A.bring close to, “καρχησίῳ τὸ κέραςLuc.Am.6:—Med., keep close to, τοῖς ὀρεινοῖς, of a general, Plu.Sull.19.
2. tuck in, τοὺς μηρούς prob. in Arist.IA713a22.
II. Pass., to be tight-drawn, close tucked in, προσεσταλμένος, of an abscess which does not project, Hp.Prog.7; “προσστέλλεται τῷ χρωτὶ τὸ δέρμαGal.18(2).599; ἰσχία ἔνδοθεν προσεσταλμένα loins drawn or tucked up, of dogs, X.Cyn.4.1, cf. Poll.5.58; κοιλία πλατεῖα καὶ π., ἰσχίον π., Arist.Phgn.807a34, 37; [τοῦ βονάσου] θρὶξ τῆς τοῦ ἵππου . . προσεσταλμένη μᾶλλον lying closer to the skin, Id.HA630a25; αἱ σάρκες αὐτοῖς ὀστέοις π. Luc.Am.14; αἰδοῖον, τιτθοὶ π., Gal.8.451,452; “φύλλαDsc.4.88; προστείλας (leg. προσστ- τὰ ἄρθρα reducing swellings in the joints, Philagr. ap. Aët. 12.49.
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    • Plato, Gorgias, 511d
    • Xenophon, On Hunting, 4.1
    • Hippocrates, Prognosticon, 7
    • Plutarch, Sulla, 19
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