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blandīmentum , i, n. blandior.
II. Trop.
A. Any thing that pleases the senses, an object that charms, an allurement, a pleasure, charm, delight: “multa nobis blandimenta natura ipsa genuit,Cic. Cael. 17, 41: blandimenta vitae = res, quae vitam jucundam reddunt), Tac. A. 15, 64; id. H. 2, 53 (cf.: “delinimenta vitae,id. A. 15, 63): “aestivi caloris,Pall. Sept. 17: “vecturae,Veg. 2, 28, 37.—Of the spices, seasoning, condiments in food, Petr. 141, 8; Tac. G. 23.—
B. Healing applications, cures: “alia quoque blandimenta excogitabat,Plin. 26, 3, 8, § 14.—
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