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con-dēscendo , ĕre, no
I.perf., 3, v. n., to stoop, let one's self down, to condescend (eccl. Lat.): “alicui,Cassiod. Var. 11, 16; id. Amic. 8, 4: “ad alicujus inscitiam,Ambros. Cant. Cantic. 6, 9.
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