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ācriter adv. with comp. ācrius, and sup. ācerrimē

2 ācer, sharply, fiercely: caedunt acerrime: maleficium vindicare.—Fig., of the sight, keenly: intueri.—Of the mind, keenly, sharply, accurately: intellegere: acrius vitia quam recta videre, has a keener eye for.—Of will, passion, action, zealously, eagerly, earnestly: agere: elatrare, H.: pugnare: acrius cupere, Cu.—Implying reproach, passionately, furiously, severely: inimicus: minari: exaestuat acrius ignis, the fire of passion, O.

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