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prōlixĭtas , ātis, f. prolixus.
1. Great length, breadth, or width, great extension (post-class.): “terrae, App. de Mundo, p. 60, 21: colubra prolixitatis immensae,Arn. 7, 250: “temporis,length of time, Dig. 36, 1, 22. —
2. Of speech, prolixity: “ne forte prolixitas fastidium audientiae pariat,Arn. 4, 138: “litterarum,Symm. Ep. 2, 8.
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