I.a. [in-dolor], to feel pain, to smart, ache (mostly postAug.).
II. Trop., to feel pain or grief, to be grieved, troubled at any thing.—Constr. with acc. and inf., quod, or absol.; poet. also with abl. and acc.
(α). With inf.: “quis (fuit), qui non indoluerit, tam sero se ... cognoscere?” Cic. Phil. 2, 25: “aequari adulescentes senectae suae,” Tac. A. 4, 17: “successurumque Minervae indoluit,” Ov. M. 2, 789; 9, 261 al.—