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āvellō (vellī), volsus or vulsus, ere

ab + vello, to tear away, rend off, pluck, snatch away: poma ex arboribus vi: alqd a corpore: frondes, O.: leporum avulsos armos edere, H.: avolsum umeris caput, V.: truncis corpora, O.: tibi mavis pretium avellier? H.: sibi avelli iubet spiculum.— To tear away, remove by force: ab sese, T.: de matris hunc complexu: ut sperem posse avelli, be separated, T.: neque avelli possunt, leave the place, V.: complexu avulsus Iuli, V.To pluck away, rescue: hunc convitio a tanto errore.

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