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sciēns entis, adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of scio, knowing, understanding, intelligent, acquainted, skilled, versed, expert : Id tibi renuntio, ut sis sciens, T.: quis igitur hoc homine scientior umquam fuit?: venefica Scientior, H.: quae (navis) scientissimo gubernatore utitur: locorum, S.: citharae, H.: vir regendae rei p. scientissimus: flectere equum sciens, H.—With the subj. in place of an adv. with the predic., knowing, knowingly, wittingly, purposely, intentionally : prudens sciens pereo, T.: ut offenderet sciens neminem: habebit igitur te sciente curia senatorem, etc.: me oblinam.

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