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in-ūrō ūssī, ūstus, ere,

to burn in, burn: notas et nomina gentis, V.: volnere sanguis inustus, O.: inustis barbararum litterarum notis, Cu.—Fig., of persons, to brand, mark: censoriae severitatis notā inuri.—To brand upon, brand, imprint, affix, attach indelibly: ne qua nomini suo nota turpitudinis inuratur: acerbissimum alcui dolorem: mihi superbiae infamiam: alqd istuc, L.: nota turpitudinis inusta vitae tuae.—To curl by heat; hence, of style: illa calamistris inurere, polish off with curling-irons.

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