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ūsquam adv.

Of place, at any place, anywhere (usu. with a negat.): iste, cui nullus esset usquam consistendi locus, etc.: Numquam etiam fui usquam, quin, etc., T.: non usquam id quidem dicit omnino, he nowhere says precisely that: an quisquam usquam gentium est aeque miser? T.: si quid Usquam iustitia est, V.: miror te, cum Romā absis, usquam potius esse.—Poet., in an affirmation: Unde quod est usquam . . . Inspicitur, O.: implorare quod usquam est, V.—Of motion, in some direction, to some place or other, anywhither: velut usquam Vinctus eas, H.: nec vero usquam discedebam, i. e. not at all: prius, quam Tissaphernes usquam se moveret, N.—In any thing, in any way, by any means, in any respect (with a negat.): Neque istic neque alibi tibi erit usquam in me mora, T.: neque esset usquam consilio locus: neque usquam nisi in avaritiā nobilitatis spem habere, S.—Of any acco<*>t, worth considering: quasi iam usquam tibi sint viginti minae, T.

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