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ferveō —, —, ēre

FVR-, to be boiling hot, boil, ferment, glow, steam : Quaecumque immundis fervent adlata popinis, H.: stomachus fervet vino, Iu.To be in a ferment, swarm, throng, surge : opere omnis semita fervet, V.: fervent examina putri De bove, O.: Fervet opus, is hotly pressed , V.—Fig., to burn, glow, be heated, be inflamed, be agitated, rage, rave : usque eo fervet avaritia, ut. etc.: Fervet avaritiā pectus, H.: animus tumidā fervebat ab irā, O.: equus cui plurima palma Fervet, shines , Iu.

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