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benīgnē adv. with comp. and sup.

benignus, in a friendly manner, kindly, benevolently, courteously, benignly: facere, T.: viam monstrare, courteously: audire: respondere, S.: adloqui, L.: arma capere, cheerfully, L.: plurimis benigne fecisti, have rendered kindness: quibus benigne videbitur fieri, who shall appear to receive favors: benigne dicis, you are very kind, T.: benigne ac liberaliter (ironical), kind and generous: At tu quantum vis tolle.’ ‘Benigne,’ no, I thank you, H.Abundantly, liberally, freely, generously: quod opus sit benigne praebere, T.: praedam ostentat, in abundance, S.: benignius Deprome merum, H.

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