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suādeō sī, sus, ēre

SVAD-, to advise, recommend, exhort, urge, persuade : non iubeo, sed suadeo: recte, T.: ita faciam, ut suades: an C. Trebonio persuasi? cui ne suadere quidem ausus essem: coepi suadere pacem: digito silentia, O.: Quid mi suades? H.: vide ne facinus facias, cum mori suadeas: Iuturnam succurrere fratri, V.: sibi, nihil esse in vitā expetendum, etc., to be persuaded : suadebit tibi, ut hinc discedas: me, ut sibi essem legatus: se suadere, Pharnabazo id negoti daret, N.—Of things, to urge, induce, impel : leo per ovilia turbans, Suadet enim fames, V.: me pietas matris potius commodum suadet sequi, T.: tibi saepes somnum suadebit inire susurro, V.—Of proposed enactments, to recommend, advocate, promote, support : legem Voconiam magnā voce: suadendi dissuadendi legem potestas, L.

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