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inculcō āvī, ātus, āre

in+calco, to tread in, tread down; hence, in discourse, to force in, drag in: Graeca verba: inculcata invenias inania verba, i. e. superfluous.—To force upon, impress on, inculcate, insist: id quod inculcetur, percipere: oculis imagines: se auribus nostris, intrude: inculcatum est Metello, te aratores evertisse: ut nominaret, etc

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