[*] 399. The Ablative is used to denote the relations expressed in English by the prepositions from; in, at; with, by:—
- līberāre metū, to deliver from fear.
- excultus doctrīnā, trained in learning.
- hōc ipsō tempore, at this very time.
- caecus avāritiā, blind with avarice.
- occīsus gladiō, slain by the sword.