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Strong's #2301 - θεατρίζω
- to bring upon the stage
- to set forth as a spectacle, expose to contempt
I to be or play on the stage, Suid.
II Pass., to be made a show of, held up to shame, Hebrews 10:33.
θεατρίζω: (θέατρον, which see); properly, to bring upon the stage; hence, to set forth as a spectacle, expose to contempt; passive, present participle θεατριζόμενος (A. V. being made a gazing-stock), Hebrews 10:33. (Several times also in ecclesiastical and Byzantine writings (cf. Sophocles' Lexicon, under the word); but in the same sense ἐκθεατρίζω in Polybius 3, 91, 10; others; (cf. Winers Grammar, 25 (24) note; also Tdf. edition 7 Proleg., p. 59 ff).)
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(< θέατρον ),
to make a spectacle of, expose to contempt (eccl.; ἐκθ -, Polyb.): pass., Hebrews 10:33.†
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