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ex-tūbĕro , āvi, ātum, 1, v. n. and
I.a. [tuber] (post-Aug.).
I. Neutr., to swell out or up, to rise as a swelling: “radice foliosa, ex qua media veluti malum extuberat,Plin. 21, 16, 56, § 96: “gemma,id. 37, 8, 33, § 110.—
II. Act., to cause to swell up, to raise: “defert montes, surrigit plana, valles extuberat,Sen. Q. N. 6, 4, 1: “extuberatus venter,swollen, Amm. 12, 15, 23; 25, 10, 13; cf. Sol. 27 med.
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