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ē-volvō volvī, volūtus, ere,

to roll out, roll. forth, unroll, unfold: amnis ... in mare evolvendo terram, etc., L.: vestīs tyranni, O.: volumen epistūlarum: aquas per campos, to spread, Cu.: In mare se (Xanthus), discharge, V. — Pass, to glide, creep: species (anguis) evoluta repente, L.: per humum evolvuntur, Ta.: ad aures militum dicta ferocia evolvebantur, spread, L.—Of books, to unroll, read, peruse, study: diligenter librum: fastos, H.: poëtas.—To roll out, spin out: fusos meos (of the Fates), O. — Fig., to unfold, make clear, disclose, reveal: animi sui notionem: naturam rerum: seriem fati, O.: haec, brood over, V. —To free, extricate, strip: me ex his turbis, T.: evolutus integumentis dissimulationis.—To drive off, repel: istos ex praedā, L. — To produce, develop: exitum criminis: Quae postquam evolvit (deus), O.

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