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doleō uī, itūrus, ēre

DAL-, to feel pain, suffer, be in pain, ache : facere quod tuo viro oculi doleant, T.: pes oculi dolent: Auriculae sorde dolentes, H.To grieve, deplore, lament, be sorry, be afflicted, be hurt, take offence : nescis quam doleam, T.: dolent gaudentque, V.: pro gloriā imperi, S.: O numquam dolituri, incapable of feeling , V.: causa dolendi, the smart , O.: id factum: trīs exercitūs interfectos: Dionis mortem: Quid dolens? V.: Quaerere quod doleam, a grievance , O.: se a suis superari: liberos abstractos, Cs.: me victam, V.: vinci, H.: rebus contrariis: clade acceptā, L.: nostro dolore, V.: in volnere: in amore, Pr.: pro gloriā imperi, S.: de Hortensio: rapto de fratre, H.: ex commutatione rerum, Cs.: ex me: quod beneficium sibi extorqueretur, Cs.: doliturus, si placeant spe deterius nostrā, H.—Of things, to qive pain, afflict : Ut hoc tibi doleret, ut mihi dolet, T.: nihil cuiquam doluit.—Impers, it pains, gives sorrow, one is grieved : tibi quia super est dolet, T.: si egebis, tibi dolebit, Caec. ap. C.: dolet dictum (esse) adulescenti, etc., T.—Prov.: cui dolet meminit, the burned child dreads the fire .

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