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molestia ae, f

molestus, trouble, irksomeness, uneasiness, annoyance, molestation, vexation, distress : sine molestiā tuā, without trouble to yourself : molestiam exhibere, cause : fasces habent molestiam, cause : ex pernicie rei p. molestiam trahere, feel troubled : capere, be vexed : mihi epistula hoc adspersit molestiae, gave occasion : mihi demere molestiam, T.—Of speech, stiffness, affectation : diligens elegantia sine molestiā: si nihil habere molestiarum Atticorum est.

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