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imprōvīsus (in-pr-) adj.

with comp, not foreseen, unforeseen, unexpected: malum, S.: sapienti nihil improvisum accidere potest: pupilli calamitas: adventus: vis leti, H.: Improvisi aderunt, V.: anguis, concealed, V.: quo improvisior pestis fuit, Ta.—As subst n., in the phrases, de improviso and ex improviso, unexpectedly, on a sudden: Quasi de improviso respice ad eum, T.: accessit ex improviso aliud incommodum, Cs.: ecce ex inproviso Iugurtha, etc., S.

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