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frĕmor , ōris, m. fremo,
I.a low roaring, rushing, murmuring (poet. and in postclass. prose for fremitus): arma sonant, fremor oritur, Poët. ap. Varr. L. L. 6, § 67 Müll.: “variusque per ora cucurrit Ausonidūm fremor,Verg. A. 11, 297; Arn. 1, 32.— In plur.: “leonum indignati fremores,App. Flor. p. 358, 4.
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