[*] 401. Verbs meaning to remove, set free, be absent, deprive, and want, take the Ablative (sometimes with ab or ex):—
- “ oculīs sē prīvāvit ” (Fin. 5.87) , he deprived himself of eyes.
- “ omnī Galliā Rōmānīs interdīcit ” (B. G. 1.46) , he (Ariovistus) bars the Romans from the whole of Gaul.
- “eī aquā et īgnī interdīcitur ” (Vell. 2.45) , he is debarred the use of fire and water. [The regular formula of banishment.]
- “ voluptātibus carēre ” (Cat. M. 7) , to lack enjoyments.
- “nōn egeō medicīnā ” (Lael. 10) , I want no physic.
- “levāmur superstitiōne, līberāmur mortis metū ” (Fin. 1.63) , we are relieved from superstition, we are freed from fear of death.
- “solūtī ā cupiditātibus ” (Leg. Agr. 1.27) , freed from desires.
- “multōs ex hīs incommodīs pecūniā sē līberāsse ” (Verr. 5.23) , that many have freed themselves by money from these inconveniences.