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concutiō cussī, cussus, ere

com- + quatio, to strike together: frameas, Ta.To shake violently, shake, agitate, smite, shock: templa sonitu, T.: terra ingenti motu concussa, L.: oneratos messibus agros, O.: moenia, O.: caput, O.: manum, to wave, O.: manu arma, to brandish, O.: lora, V.: ea frena furenti concutit, with such a bit drives her in her frenzy, V.: maiore cachinno Concutitur, Iu.P. perf.: mugitibus aether, V.: coma, O.: quercus, V.: patuere fores, O.—Fig., to shake out, search, ransack, examine: te ipsum, num, etc., H.: fecundum pectus, i. e. exhaust your ingenuity, V.To shake, shatter, cause to waver, impair, disturb, shock, distract: rem p.: regnum, L.: opes, N.: concusso iam et paene fracto Hannibale, L.To shake, agitate, excite, terrify, alarm, trouble: quod factum primo popularīs coniurationis concusserat, S.: casu concussus acerbo, V.: se concussere ambae, spurred themselves, Iu.: casu animum concussus amici, V.: Quone malo mentem concussa? H.

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