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inliciō (ill-) lexī, lectus, ere (inlēxe for inlēxisse, Att. ap. C.)

1 in+lacio, to allure, entice, attract, seduce, inveigle, decoy: coniugem in stuprum: Imperitos rerum in fraudem, T.: inlecti <*>d proditionem, S.: ab eisdem inlecti sumus, misled: mercatorem, ut sequatur, L.: inlectus ducere uxorem, Ta.

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