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sērus adj. with comp, late: sero a vespere, O.: nocte serā, L.: hiemps, L.: anni, i. e. ripe years, O.: gratulatio: poenae: o seri studiorum! slow to learn, H.: ulmus, of slow growth, V.: bellum spe omnium serius, L.: serior aetas (i. e. posterior), O.: serior hora, O.—For the adv.

sero (poet.): Serus in caelum redeas, i. e. long hence, H.: iusseri<*> <*> O.: Cantaber serā domitus catenā, H.—As subst <*>., a late time, late hour: serum erat diei, L.: extrahi in serum diei, L.: in serum noctis convivium productum, L.—Late, belated, too late: Kalendae (Ianuariae): auxilium, L.: sera adsurgis, V.: serā ope vincere fata Nititur, O.

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