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succumbō (sub-c-) cubuī, ere

CVB-, to fall down, lie down, sink : vidit Cyllenius omnīs Succubuisse oculos, had sunk in sleep , O.—Fig., to yield, be overcome, submit, surrender, succumb : debilitari dolore, succumbere: hac ille perculsus plagā non succubuit, N.: philosopho succubuit orator: qui Cannensi ruinae non succubuissent, L.: fortunae: mihi, N.: labori, Cs.: malis, O.: culpae, V.: tempori, to yield , L.: precibus, O.To cohabit with : alcui, Ct., O.

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