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impĕtrābĭlis (inp- ), e, adj. impetro.
II. Act., that easily obtains or effects, successful (ante- and postclass.): “non potuit venire orator magis ad me impetrabilis,Plaut. Most. 5, 2, 40: “impetrabilior qui vivat, nullus est,id. Merc. 3, 4, 20: “Nicator Seleucus efficaciae impetrabilis rex, Anim. 14, 8: dies,on which a wish is gained, favorable, propitious, Plaut. Ep. 3, 2, 6: “efficacia,Amm. 14, 8, 6; 15, 8, 21.— Adv.: impĕtrābĭlĭter , in a way likely to attain: impetrabilius, Symm. Or. pro Patr. 4 Mai.
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