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ob-mōlĭor , ītus, 4, v. dep. (perh. not ante-Aug.).
I. Lit., to push or throw up one thing before another (as a defence or obstruction): “nec in promptu erat quod obmolirentur,Liv. 33, 5, 8: “arborum truncos et saxa,Curt. 6, 6, 24.—
II. Transf., to block up, obstruct: “ad munienda et obmolienda, quae ruinis strata erant,Liv. 37, 32, 7; cf. id. 33, 5.
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