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strepō uī, —, ere,

to make a noise, rattle, rustle, rumble, murmur, hum, roar: Inter se, C. poët.: fluvii-strepunt Hibernā nive turgidi, H.: strepit adsiduo cava tempora circum Tinnitu galea, V.: haec cum streperent, vociferated, L.—Of music, to sound: rauco strepuerunt cornua cantu, V.: iam litui strepunt, H.—Of places, to resound, sound, be filled, ring: strepit murmure campus, V.: omnia terrore ac tumultu, L.: aures clamoribus plorantium, L.—Fig., to be heard: intra Albanam arcem sententia Messalini strepebat, i. e. was not heard outside, Ta.

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