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doctus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of doceo, learned, skilled, versed, experienced, trained, clever : vir: adulescentes doctissimi: abs te abire doctior, T.: ex disciplinā Stoicorum: mulier litteris, S.: fandi doctissima, V.: Docte sermones utriusque linguae, H.: dulcīs modos, H.: sagittas tendere Sericas, H.: tibiis canere, Ta.: ludere doctior, H.: ad malitiam, T.: ad delinquendum doctior, O.— As subst m. : doctus in se semper divitias habet, Ph.: doctorum est ista consuetudo, the learned : docti sumus, a man of culture , H.Learned, sage , skilful : manus, O.: frontes, i. e. a poet's , H.: voces Pythagoreorum: ora, O.Taught : doctā prece blandus, i. e. the prescribed form of supplication , H.

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