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occultē adv. with comp. and sup.

occultus, in concealment, in secret, secretly, privately: neque id occulte fert, makes no secret of it, T.: ea nunc occulte cuniculis oppugnatur: loqui cetera, S.: proficisci, Cs.: labitur, O.: conari occultius: paulo occultius consili huius participes, S.: quam potuit occultissime cohortes duxit, Cs.

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