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obiectō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

obicio, to set against, oppose: caput fretis, i. e. dive, V.—Fig., to abandon, expose, endanger: se hostium telis, L.: eum periculis, S.: caput periclis, V.: pro cunctis unam animam, V.To throw in the way, interpose, cause: moras, O.To throw out, charge, cast up, impute, reproach with, accuse of: probrum mihi: famem nostris, Cs.: Mario vecordiam, S.: natum (i. e. fili mortem), O.: nobilitas obiectare Fabio fugisse eum conlegam, L.

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