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stīpō āvī, ātus, āre

STIP-, to crowd together, compress, press, pack : Ingens argentum, V.: Graeci stipati, quini in lectis: in arto stipatae naves, L.: fratrum stipata cohors, V.: stipare Platona Menandro, to pack up with (i. e. their books), H.To press, cram, stuff, pack, fill full : arcto stipata theatro Roma, H.: Curia patribus stipata, O.To surround, encompass, throng, environ, attend, accompany : satellitum turbā stipante, L.: magnā stipante catervā, V.: stipatus sicariis: telis stipati: senatum armatis: comitum turba est stipata suarum, O.: senectus stipata stud<*>s iuventutis.

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