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damnābĭlis , e, adj. damno,
I.worthy of condemnation, damnable (late Lat. for damnandus, or dignus qui damnetur): “invidia, Treb. XXX. Tyrann. 17: res (with turpes),Salv. 6: “ad mea ipsa verba,” i. e. by my own rule, Sid. Ep. 6, 1 fin. Comp.: “facinus,Salv. 4.—Adv.: damnābĭlĭter , culpably, Aug. Ep. 23.
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