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al-lĭcĭo (adl- ), lexi, lectum, 3 (acc. to Charis. 217, and Diom. 364 P., also adliceo, ēre,
I.perf. allicui, Piso ap. Prisc. 877 P., and Hyg. Astr. 2, 7), v. a. lacio.
I. Lit., to draw to one's self, to attract (in Cic. freq., elsewhere rare; “never in Ter., Hor., or Juv.): Si magnetem lapidem dicam, qui ferrum ad se adliciat et attrahat,Cic. Div. 1, 39, 86.—
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