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sollers (not sōlers), tis (abl. ertī; once erte, O.), adj. with comp. and sup.

sollus (3 SAL-)+ ars, skilled, skilful, clever, dexterous, adroit, expert : quae liberum Scire aequom est adulescentem, sollertem dabo, make accomplished , T.: in omni officio: vir, O.: agricola, N.: quo quisque est sollertior: antea ignarus belli, sollertissimus omnium factus est, S.: animus, L.: sollerti astu, O.: coloribus Sollers nunc hominem ponere nunc deum, H.: Musa lyrae sollers, H.Manifesting skill, requiring dexterity, clever, ingenious : descriptio partium: pecudum custodia, V.: insitiones, quibus nihil sollertius, etc.

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