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alacritās ātis, f

alacer, liveliness, ardor, eagerness, alacrity, cheerfulness, encouragement: quantam mihi alacritatem ... concursus adferret: alacritate ac studio uti, Cs.: ingens, Ta.: animi, Cs.: rei p. defendendae: mira ad pugnandum: canum in venando.—Joy, delight: inanis alacritas, id est, laetitia gestiens: clamor alacritate perfecti operis sublatus, in their delight, L.

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