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praestāns antis, adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of 2 praesto, pre-eminent, superior, excellent, distinguished, extraordinary : omnibus et ingenio et diligentiā, surpassing all : usu et sapientiā, for experience and wisdom , N.: animi iuvenis, distinguished for courage , V.: virginibus praestantior omnibus Herse, superior to all , O.: quo non praestantior alter Aere ciere viros, excelled in rousing the men , V.: homines praestantissimi opibus: prudentia: virtus: praestanti corpore Nymphae, V.: formā, V.: quid praestantius mihi potuit accidere?: animi, V.: praestantissimi sapientiae, Ta.

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