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ōrnātus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of orno, fitted out, furnished, provided, supplied, equipped, accoutred: sapiens plurimis artibus: equus, L.: elephantus, N.: naves omni genere armorum ornatissimae, Cs.: Graecia copiis non instructa solum, sed etiam ornata, abundantly furnished.—As subst n.: in aedibus nil ornati, no preparation, T.: Quid istuc ornatist? attire, T.Adorned, decorated, embellished, handsome: sepulcrum floribus: nihil ornatius.—Excellent, distinguished, eminent, illustrious: omnium hominum homo ornatissume, T.: homo ornatissimus loco, ordine, nomine, honored: versūs, embellished: oratio: locus ad dicendum ornatissimus, admirable.

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