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dissideō ēdī, —, ēre

dis- + sedeo, to sit apart, be remote : sceptris quae (terra) libera nostris Dissidet, V.: quantum Hypanis dissidet Eridano, Pr. — Fig., to be at variance, disagree, differ : non consiliis, sed armis: dissidentibus consulibus: a populo R.: a Pompeio in tantis rebus: leviter inter se: cum Cleanthe multis rebus: virtus dissidens plebi, H.: Dissidet et variat sententia, O.: Medus luctuosis Dissidet armis, is distracted , H.—Of things, to be unlike, be dissimilar, differ, disagree : scriptum a sententiā: verba cum sententiā scriptoris: si toga dissidet impar, i. e. sits awry , H.

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