"But if you decide it is more profitable and better to go on, eating up one man's livelihood, without payment, the spoil my house."
Polyphemos (Book 9)
"Stranger, you are a simple fool...Cyclopes do not concern themselves over Zeus of the aegis, nor any of the rest of the blessed gods, since we are far better than they, and for fear of the hate of Zeus I would not spare you or your companions either, if the fancy took me otherwise"
Crice (Book 10)
"Circe, how can you ask me to be gentle with you, when it is you who turned my companions into pigs in your palace"
Telemachus is addressing the suitors and how they are just taking advantage of his home and just making trouble for him.
Polyphemos is using his size and confidence to say that he is better than all, even the gods, as he torments and eats away at Odysseus' crew
Circe had turned all of Odysseus' crew into pigs, which would not allow them to return home, yet Odysseus doesn't let her get to him, he overcomes and gets his crew back to himself.