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labefaciō fēcī, factus, ere; pass. labefīō, factus, fierī

labo+facio, to cause to totter, shake, loosen, make ready to fall : dentīs mihi, T.: partem muri, Cs.: Charta a vinclis non labefacta suis, opened , O.: labefacta iugera, i. e. deeply ploughed , V.: calor labefacta per ossa cucurrit, relaxed , V.—Fig., to cause to waver, shake : alquem: animus vario labefactus volnere, O.: primores, to shake in allegiance , Ta.: magno animum labefactus amore, disquieted , V.To shake, weaken, overthrow, ruin, destroy : (res p.) labefacta: quo iura plebis labefacta essent, L.

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