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  • v. Simple past of outthrow.


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  • In addition to those who won because she missed the wires, four young men four! outthrew her and walked away with their two-dollar rewards.


  • In boxing I overcame Klytomedes, son of Enops, and in wrestling Ankaios of Pleuron, who stood up against me, and in the foot-race I outran Iphiklos, a right good man, and with the spear outthrew Phyleus and Polydoros; only in the chariot-race the two sons of Aktor beat me [by crowding their horses in front of me, jealous for victory, because the chief prizes were left at home.]

    The Iliad


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