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con-grex , grĕgis, adj. (post-class.).
I. Of the same herd or flock: “equinis armentis,App. M. 7, p. 194, 41: “aves,Sol. 2 dub. (al. congregatae).—Hence,
II. In gen., collected in flocks or multitudes: “catervas, Auct. Pervig. Ven. 43: vulgo,Aus. Ep. 10, 21.—With dat.: “comessationibus,Tert. Poen. 11.—
B. Trop., close, intimate: aliquem congrege nexu tenere, Prud. contra Symm. 2, 634.
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