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trĕpĭdātĭo , ōnis,
I.f [trepido], a state of confused hurry or alarm, agitation, confusion, consternation, trepidation (not freq. till the Aug. per.): numquae trepidatio? numqui tumultus? * Cic. Deiot. 7, 20: “quae senatūs trepidatio, quae populi confusio, quis urbis metus,Vell. 2, 124: cujus rei subita trepidatio magnum terrorem attulit nostris, Auct. B. Alex. 75, 2; cf.: “nec opinata res plus trepidationis fecit, quod, etc.,Liv. 3, 3, 2: “ut jam ex trepidatione concurrentium turba constitit,id. 3, 50, 4: “pilis inter primam trepidationem abjectis,id. 2, 46, 3: “trepidationem inicere,id. 2, 53, 1: “trepidatio fugaque hostium,id. 37, 24, 7: “vitia non naturae sed trepidationis,Quint. 11, 3, 121: “trepidatione mendacium prodere,Petr. 82: “ferrum pectori per trepidationem admovens,Tac. A. 11, 38: “vulgi,id. ib. 12, 43; “in quā trepidatione multae captae naves,Just. 2, 12, 27: “cum magnā trepidatione vigilavit,Suet. Ner. 34: “nervorum,a trembling, Sen. Ira, 3, 10, 2.
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