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ē-vincō vīci, vīctus, ere,

to overcome, conquer, subdue, vanquish, overwhelm: evicit omnia miles, L.: lacrimis evicta meis, V.: blandimentis vitae evicta (i. e. ad vivendum), Ta.: evinci ambitu in gaudium, to be forced, Ta.: Aeduos, Ta.: somnos, to resist, O.: amnis oppositas evicit gurgite moles, V. — To pass in safety: remis Charybdin, O.: fretum, O. — Fig., to prevail over: solis imago Evicit nubīs, breaks through, O.: evincit miseratio superbiam, L.: platanus caelebs Evincet ulmos, supplant, H.—To bring to pass, prevail. evincunt instando, ut litterae darentur, L.—To prove, evince: Si puerilius his ratio esse evincet amare, H.

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