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in-făcētus (infĭc- ), a, um, adj.,
I.coarse, blunt, rude, unmannerly, not witty, stupid (class.).
II. Of things: “non inficetum mendacium,Cic. Cael. 29, 69: “dictum,Suet. Gramm. 23; Mart. 5, 78, 30.— Adv.: infăcētē (infĭc- ), coarsely, rudely, unwittily, stupidly (not in Cic. or Cæs.): “quem haud infacete Pompeius Xerxem togatum vocare assueverat,Vell. 2, 33 fin.; Suet. Vesp. 20.—Sup.: “pictus inficetissime Gallus,Plin. 35, 4, 8, § 25.
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