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tŭmĕ-făcĭo , fēci, factum, 3, v. a. tumeo, cause to swell, to tumefy (poet.).
II. Trop., to swell or puff up, to inflate with pride, etc.: “num me laetitiā tumefactum fallis inani?Prop. 3, 6 (4, 5), 3: “ut nostris tumefacta superbiat Umbria libris,id. 4 (5), 1, 63: “dum nimium vano tumefactus nomine gaudes,Mart. 4, 11, 1.
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