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Which character trait does Odysseus demonstrate when he lies about his name to the Cyclops? A. ruthlessness B. loyalty C. cleverness D. stubbornness
Odysseus demonstrated A. ruthlessness character.
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User: Which character trait does Odysseus demonstrate when he lies about his name to the Cyclops? A. ruthlessness B. loyalty C. cleverness D. stubbornness

Weegy: Odysseus demonstrated A. ruthlessness character.
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User: What is the meaning of Polyphemus' words in the following lines? “Let him lose all companions, and return under strange sail to bitter days at home.” A. Let Odysseus return home without his companions. B. Odysseus and some of his crew will sail home in a strange type of sailing vessel. C. Let Odysseus return home in a stranger's boat, alone and troubled. D. Curse Odysseus with a difficult journey home.

Weegy: Curse Odysseus with a difficult journey home.
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Which character trait does Odysseus demonstrate when he lies about his name to the Cyclops? A. ruthlessness B. loyalty C. cleverness D. stubbornness

The answer is C. cleverness

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