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prōmō prōmpsī, prōmptus, ere

pro+emo, to take out, give out, bring forth, produce : iubeo promi utrosque (scyphos): signa ex aerario prompta, L.: medicamenta de narthecio: vina dolio, H.: pugionem vaginā, Ta.: Sol, diem qui Promis et celas, H.: laetique cavo se robore promunt, come forth , V.—Fig., to bring forth, produce, bring forward, express : loci, e quibus argumenta promuntur: quae acta essent promendo, L.: Digna geri in scaenam, H.: nunc illas promite vires, V.: sententiam, Ta.: odium, let loose , Ta.: plura adversus alqm, Ta.To bring to light, exalt : insignem attenuat deus, Obscura promens, H.

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