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in-fulcĭo , si, tum, 4, v. a., cram in.
I. Lit.: “alicui cibum,Suet. Tib. 53.—
II. Transf., to put in, foist in: “verbum omnibus locis,Sen. Ep. 114: “aliud,id. ib. 106: “aliquid epistulae,id. ib. 24: “infulsit praeterea nomen Severi,he added to his own names, Capitol. Macrin. 5.
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