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suspēnsus adj.

P. of suspendo, raised, elevated, borne up, suspended : Roma cenaculis suspensa: saxis suspensam hanc aspice rupem, V.: fluctu suspensa tumenti, skimming lightly , V.Suspended, pressing lightly, light : Suspenso gradu placide ire, on tiptoe , T.: suspenso digitis gradu, O.: evagata noctu suspenso pede, Ph.—Fig., uncertain, hovering, doubtful, wavering, hesitating, in suspense, anxious : civitas metu: maneo Thessalonicae suspensus: populos inter spem metumque suspensos animi habere, L.: suspenso animo exspectare, quod quis agat: dimissis suspensā re legatis, L.: voltus.— Dependent : ex fortunā fides, L.: animi ex tam levibus momentis fortunae, L.

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