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dēlectābĭlis , e, adj. delecto,
I.delectable, delightful, agreeable (post-Aug. for jucundus, amoenus): “cibus,Tac. A. 12, 67: “apologi (with festivi),Gell. 2, 29; Vulg. Gen. 3, 6; Lact. 6, 4, 3; 7, 7, 13.—Comp.: tibia questu, App. Flor. no. 17.—Adv.: delec-tabiliter , delightfully: “ac decore depicta,Gell. 13, 24, 17: “et feliciter declamare,id. 15, 1.—Comp.: “delectabilius,Aug. de Don. Persev. 53.
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