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excūsātĭo (excuss- ), ōnis, f. excuso, excusing, excuse (freq. and class.); constr. with obj. or subj. gen., absol., with cur, quominus, etc.
II. Transf., a being excused, a release, discharge from any thing (post-class.): “tria onera tutelarum dant excusationem,Dig. 27, 1 (De excusationibus), 3; cf.: “omnibus excusatio a tutela competit,ib. 5 et saep. (vid. the whole title).
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