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de-plōrō āvī, ātus, āre,

to weep bitterly, moan, wail, lament, complain: lamentabili voce: de isdem rebus esse dolentius deplorandum.—With acc, to bewail, lament, deplore: ad saxa haec: damnationem illam: domum incensam: deplorati publico luctu, L.: quae de altero deplorentur: multa de Gnaeo.—To give up for lost, abandon, resign: suam quisque spem, L.: deploratur in perpetuum libertas, L.: vota (coloni), O.

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