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terrĭbĭlis , e, adj. terreo,
I.frightful, dreadful, terrible (class.; syn.: dirus, horribilis, torvus).
II. Transf., demanding reverence, venerable (late Lat.): “scripturae,Cod. Just. 3, 1, 13.—Sup. seems not to occur.—Adv.: terrĭbĭlĭter , fearfully, dreadfully, terribly (late Lat.): “sonus caeli terribiliter concrepantis,Arn. 2, 57: “admonere,Aug. Conf. 12, 25: Vulg. Psa. 138, 14.—Comp. and sup. seem not to occur.
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