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in -suētus , a, um, adj.,
I.unaccustomed (class.).
I. Act.
A. Not accustomed to, unused to a thing; constr. with gen., dat., ad, or inf.
B. Inexperienced in, unacquainted with a thing: “rerum majorum,Auct. Her. 4, 4. —
(β). With dat.: “insuetus moribus Romanis,Liv. 28, 18, 6: “insuetae operi manus,Tib. 1, 4, 48. —
(δ). With inf.: “vera audire,Liv. 31, 18, 3: “vinci,id. 4, 31, 4.—
II. Pass., to which one is not accustomed, unusual: “insueta liberae civitati species,Liv. 30, 37, 8: “haec, quibus insolita atque insueta sunt, Graeci timeant,id. 38, 17, 5: “limen Olympi,Verg. E. 5, 56: “iter,id. A. 6, 16: “solitudo,Liv. 3, 52: “insuetos foetus animalia edere,monsters, id. 28, 21, 16.—in-suēta , n. plur., as adv.: “insueta rudentem (i. e. insolito more),Verg. A. 8, 248.— Adv.: insuētē , contrary to custom (postclass.): “immorari,Cael. Aur. Tard. 5, 3, 54. —Comp.: “insuetius perscrutari,Aug. Ep. 3.
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