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mītēscō (mītīscō —, —, inch.

mitis, to be softened : sunt (herbae) quae mitescere flammā queant, O.To grow mild, become gentle, be tamed : hiemps, L.: frigora, H.: ferae quaedam numquam mitescunt, are tamed , L.—Fig., to grow mild, become gentle, be civilized : Nemo adeo ferus est, ut non mitescere possit, H.: malis hominum, be moved by , V.

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