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prae-ĭcĭo (prae-jăcĭo or praejĭcĭo , Fest. s. v. pone, p. 249 Müll.), jēci, jactum, 3, v. a., cast or throw up in front (post-Aug.).
I. Lit.: “moles,Col. 8, 17.—
II. Trop., to cast up, object, utter reproachfully: multis in contumeliam Graecorum praejactis probris, Dictys Cret. B. Troj. 2, 24.
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