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repudiō āvī, ātus, āre

repudium, to cast off, put away, reject : Repudiatus repetor, T.To reject, refuse, scorn, disdain, repudiate : sequestremne Plancium? respuerent aures . . . repudiarent, would scout (the suggestion): consilium senatūs a re p., deprive the state of , etc.: duces, Cs.: eloquentia a philosophis repudiata: condicionem aequissimam: populi R. gratiam, Cs.: consilium, T.: opimum dictionis genus funditus: ista securitas multis locis repudianda.

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