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dis-sĕrēno , āre,
I.v. impers. and a.
I. Impers., to be clear, as if by dispersing the clouds: “si cacumina (montium) pura flent, disserenabit,Plin. 18, 35, 82, § 356.—
II. In late Lat., act., to make clear.—Only trop., to clear away: “disserena oculis nostris nubilum,August. Conf. 13, 15; to cheer: “mores procellosos,Cassiod. Var. 6, 6 init.
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