But anger and fear soon got the mastery of him, and he spurned her from him.
The other reading “dirmygei,” would mean he spurned, or dishonoured.
I grovelled at your feet and begged you—you spurned me as I do you now.
I spurned him from me with violence because he had maligned your wife.
He spurned to correct himself and stalked on, leaving the judge gaping.
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