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bouleumavtwn the results, issues of the counsels, Soph. ; xumfora`" i{nÆ e{stamen in what a hazardous state we are, Id.

2. esp. a mishap, mischance, misfortune, Hdt ., Att. ; sumforh`/ crh`sqai to be unfortunate, Hdt.
3. in good sense, good luck, a happy issue, Trag.


sumforeuv" , oJ , ( sumfevrw ) a Lacedaemonian officer, a sort of aide-de-camp, Xen.


sum-forevw , f. hvsw , to bring together, to gather, collect, heap up, Hdt ., Thuc. , etc. :— Pass. to be collected, Plat. Hence sumfovrhsi"


sumfovrhsi" , hJ , a bringing together, Plut .; and sumforhtov"


sumforhtov" , hv, ovn , brought together, collected, ". dei`pnon, ". eJstivasi" a meal to which each guest contributes, Lat. coena collatitia , Arist.


suvmforo" , on , ( sumfevrw III ) happening with, accompanying, limo;" ajergw`/ suvmforo" ajndriv hunger is the sluggards companion, Hes .; c. gen ., penivh" suvmfora Id.

II. useful, profitable, expedient, suitable, good, c. dat ., Id., Thuc. :— suvmforovn ejsti = sumfevrei , c. inf ., Hdt. ; Plouvtw/ sumforwvtaton Ar .:— ta; suvmfora what is expedient, Soph ., Thuc. , etc. ; to; uJmevteron x . your plea of expediency, Thuc .: —Adv ., sumfovrw" e[cein to be expedient, Xen .; Comp. sumforwvteron , Thuc. ; Sup. -wvtata , Eur. , etc.

2. rarely of persons, xumforwvtatoi prospolemh`sai most convenient to make war upon, Thuc.


sumfravdmwn , ono", oJ, hJ , one who joins in considering, a counsellor, Il.

II. in accord with, c. gen ., Anth.


sum-fravzomai , f. -avsomai , Ep. -avssomai : pf. -pevfrasmai : Med. :— to join in considering, to take counsel with, c. dat ., Od.

2. tiv" toi sumfravssato boulav" ; who imparted his counsels to thee? Ib.
3. to contrive, Hes ., Soph.
II. Act. sumfravzw , to mention at the same time, Strab.


sum-fravssw , Att. -ttw , f. xw , to press or pack closely together, Hdt ., Xen.

2. absol. of troops, to close their ranks, form in close order, Xen.
II. to block up, close, Id.


sumfronevw , f. hvsw , ( suvmfrwn ) to be of one mind with, to agree, Polyb.

II. to consider well, a} devon h\n poiei`n Plut.
2. to collect oneself, Id.

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