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sub-moveō (summ-) mōvī

subj pluperf. summōsses, H.), mōtus, ēre, to put out of the way, drive back, drive off, send away, remove: hostīs ex mūro, Cs.: statione hostium lembos, L.: submotā contione, dismissed: submotis velut in aliam insulam hostibus, Ta.: Maris litora, i. e. remove (by moles), H.: Hic spelunca fuit vasto submota recessu, i. e. hidden, V.: Silva summovet ignīs, i. e. keeps off, O.—Of a crowd, to clear away, remove, make room: turbam, L.: summoto populo, L.: lictor apparuit, summoto incesserunt, after room had been made, L.: summoto aditus, access after the lictors had made room, L.—Poet.: neque Summovet lictor miseros tumultūs Mentis, H.— Fig., to put away, keep, withdraw, withhold, remove: a bello Antiochum et Ptolemaeum reges, i. e. induce to abandon, L.: magnitudine poenae a maleficio summoveri: summotus pudor, H.—To banish: ad Histrum, O.: patriā, O.

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