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induō uī, ūtus, ere

indu+4 AV-, to put on, assume, dress in: Meam (vestem), T.: vestes Indutae, V.: lugubria, O.: Herculi tunicam: galeas, Cs.: albos crinīs, V.: scalas, shouldered, O.: raptae insignia Bacchi, O.: sibi torquem: unam (vestem) iuveni, V.To clothe, dress, cover, wrap, deck, array: se in florem, V.: quos Induerat Circe in voltūs ferarum, V.: cum venti se in nubem induerint: toris lacertos, O.: pomis se arbos Induerat, V.: eamst indutus (vestem)? T.: galeam Induitur, V.: Quidlibet indutus, dressed as it happens, H.: Indutus capiti, V.: indutus Troas agebat, wearing (the helmet), V.To entangle, impale, pierce: se stimulis inopinantes induebant, Cs.: se hastis, L.: An sese mucrone Induat, i. e. pierce, V.—Fig., to put on, assume: personam iudicis: cuius simulationem induerat, L.: tellus Induit hominum figuras, O.To entangle, involve: se actione: suā confessione induatur necesse est, entangle himself: se in captiones: non se purgavit, sed induit.

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