SB 10.56.40-42

so ’nudhyāyaṁs tad evāghaṁ
 balavad-vigrahākulaḥ
kathaṁ mṛjāmy ātma-rajaḥ
 prasīded vācyutaḥ katham
kim kṛtvā sādhu mahyaṁ syān
 na śaped vā jano yathā
adīrgha-darśanaṁ kṣudraṁ
 mūḍhaṁ draviṇa-lolupam
dāsye duhitaraṁ tasmai
 strī-ratnaṁ ratnam eva ca
upāyo ’yaṁ samīcīnas
 tasya śāntir na cānyathā
Synonyms: 
saḥ — he; anudhyāyan — pondering over; tat — that; eva — indeed; agham — offense; bala-vat — with those who are powerful; vigraha — about a conflict; ākulaḥ — worried; katham — how; mṛjāmi — will I cleanse; ātma — of myself; rajaḥ — the contamination; prasīdet — may become satisfied; — or; acyutaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; katham — how; kim — what; kṛtvā — doing; sādhu — good; mahyam — for me; syāt — there may be; na śapet — may not curse; — or; janaḥ — the people; yathā — so as; adīrgha — short-ranged; darśanam — whose vision; kṣudram — petty; mūḍham — befooled; draviṇa — after wealth; lolupam — avaricious; dāsye — I will give; duhitaram — my daughter; tasmai — to Him; strī — of women; ratnam — the jewel; ratnam — the jewel; eva ca — as well; upāyaḥ — means; ayam — this; samīcīnaḥ — effective; tasya — His; śāntiḥ — pacification; na — not; ca — and; anyathā — otherwise.
Translation: 
Pondering over his grievous offense and worried about the possibility of conflict with the Lord’s mighty devotees, King Satrājit thought, “How can I cleanse myself of my contamination, and how may Lord Acyuta become satisfied with me? What can I do to regain my good fortune and avoid being cursed by the populace for being so short-sighted, miserly, foolish and avaricious? I shall give my daughter, the jewel of all women, to the Lord, together with the Syamantaka jewel. That, indeed, is the only proper way to pacify Him.”