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fluitō āvī, —, āre, freq.

fluo, to float, flow : Fusile per rictūs aurum fluitare videres, O.P. praes. : rei p. navem fluitantem in alto tempestatibus, tossed : alveus, L.: transtra, V.: corpora, Ta.To wave, undulate : funes fluitabant, i. e. were slack , Ta.P. praes. : vela summo fluitantia malo, O.: vestis, flowing , Ta.—Fig., to be uncertain, waver : neu fluitem dubiae spe pendulus horae, H.P. praes. : creditur Caecinae fides fluitasse, Ta.: haec (mala) caecā fluitantia sorte, H.

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