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callidus adj. with comp. and sup.

calleo, practised, shrewd, expert, experienced, adroit, skilful, ingenious, prudent, dexterous: agitator: naturā nihil callidius: Stamina suspendit callida (i. e. callide), O.: Callidus huic signo ponebam milia centum, a connoisseur, H.: veterum iudex, H.: callidus Condere furto, H.: foramina callidissimo artificio fabricari: inventum, N.: iunctura, H.Crafty, cunning, artful, sly: ostendi quam sis callidus, T.: in isto artificio callidior: gens non astuta nec callida, Ta.: ad fraudem: auceps, O.: consilium, T.: ius: liberalitas, calculating, N.: malitia inimici, L.: iuris interpretatio, subtle.

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