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in-vălĕo , ēre, be strong against, to prevail (late Lat.; “vique valebunt is the true reading,Lucr. 2, 301; v. Lachm. ad h. l.; and the perf. invaluit belongs to invalesco; v. the foll. art.): “egredi conatus, invalente morbi gravitate detentus est,Amm. 21, 15, 2.
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