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molliter adv. with comp. and sup.

mollis, softly, gently, agreeably : te curasti, T.: aves nidos mollissime substernunt: membra movere mollius (in the dance), H.: ossa cubent, O.: Excudent spirantia mollius aera, more agreeably , V.: Versiculi euntes Mollius, smoothly , H.—Fig.: quod ferendum est molliter sapienti, patiently : vivere, voluptuously : aegritudinem pati, without fortitude , S.: ne quid per metum mollius consuleretur, too compliantly , L.: amici mollius interpretantur, too favorably , Ta.

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