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perpetior pessus, ī, dep.

per+patior, to bear steadfastly, suffer firmly, stand out, abide, endure, be patient : contumelias, T.: inperia saeva, S.: o multa dictu gravia, perpessu aspera: supplicium, Cs.: mihi omnia potius perpetienda esse duco, quam, etc.: Audax omnia perpeti Gens, i. e. to brave all , H.: fulmina, noctem, imbrīs, O.: interfici quom perpeti me possum, T.: exscindine domos Perpetiar, V.: perpetiar memorare, i. e. will control myself so as , etc., O.

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