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ar-rĭpĭo (adr- , B. and K.; arr- , Lachm., Ritschl, Fleck., Merk., Rib., K. and H., Weissenb., Halm), rĭpŭi, reptum, 3, v. a. rapio, seize, snatch, lay hold of, draw a person or thing to one's self (esp. with haste).
I. In gen.
II. Transf.
C. In Horace, to attack with ridicule or reproach, to ridicule, satirize: Primores populi arripuit populumque tributim, Sat. 2, 1, 69: “luxuriam et Nomentanum arripe mecum,id. 2, 3, 224.
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