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fastīdiō īvī, ītus, īre

fastidium, to feel disgust, shrink, flinch, loathe, dislike, despise : infundam tibi Fastidienti poculum, H.: omnia praeter Pavonem, H.: pulmentarium, Ph.—Fig., to be disdainful, be scornful, be haughty, disdain, despise, scorn : in recte factis, i. e. to be critical : si non fastidis, veni, Ph.: eius amicitiam: rivos apertos, H.: preces alcuius, L.: si te hic fastidit, V.: somnus non humilīs domos Fastidit, shuns , H.: Non fastiditus si tibi ero, O.: iocorum legere genus, Ph.: nos in sacerdotum numerum accipere, L.: se inspici, L.

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