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contumēlia ae, f

com-+1 TEM-, insult, abuse, affront, reproach, invective, contumely: ei facere contumeliam, T.: contumelias dicere, L.: improborum: tam insignem in me accipere, T.: tantā adfectus: tantā acceptā, Cs.: contumeliam remanere in exercitu sinere, disgrace, S.: addere contumeliam iniuriae, Ph.: contumelias perferre, Cs.: graves, H.: verborum: a quibus contumeliā perfugae appellarentur, Cs.: ingenium contumeliā adcensum, S.: quam sine contumeliā describo.— Person.: Contumeliae fanum. — Fig., injury, assault, violence: naves factae ad contumeliam perferendam, violence, Cs.: praebere ora contumeliis, to the blows, Ta.

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