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ūsque adv.,

all the way, right on, without interruption, continuously, even: usque a mari supero Romam proficisci: usque a rubro mari, N.: Dardaniam Siculo prospexit ab usque Pachyno, V.: usque ex ultimā Syriā navigare: usque ad castra hostium accessit, Cs.: cum ad eum usque in Pamphyliam legatos misissent: trans Alpes usque transfertur: usque sub ora, O.: usque istinc.— With acc of place, all the way to, as far as, to (implying entrance): theatrum ita resonans, ut usque Romam voces referantur: Miletum usque? obsecro, T.—With quāque (less correctly as one word, usquequaque), in every place, everywhere: aut undique religionem tolle, aut usque quāque conserva. —Of time, all the time, continually, perpetually, all the while, as long as, until: Progeniem nostram usque ab avo proferens, T.: opinio iam usque ab heroicis ducta temporibus, from as far back as: usque a Thale Milesio: deinceps retro usque ad Romulum, as far as: inde usque repetens, etc.: usque antehac, T.: usque adhuc, even till now: tamen usque eo se tenuit, quoad, etc.: usque id egi dudum, dum loquitur pater, T.: iacet res in controversiis, usque dum inveniretur: usque quoad: usque adeo in periculo fuisse, quoad, etc. —Right on, without intermission, continuously, constantly, incessantly: Ctesipho me pugnis miserum Usque occidit, T.: Cantantes licet usque, minus via laedit, eamus, V.: Naturam expelles furcā, tamen usque recurret, H.—With quāque (less correctly as one word, usquequaque), continually, always, at all times: usque quaque, de hoc cum dicemus, every time: ne aut nusquam aut usque quaque dicatur, hic admonere, at all times. —Of extent or degree, even to, quite up to, as far as: Ego vapulando, ille verberando, usque ambo defessi sumus, T.: poenas dedit usque superque (i. e. usque eo quod satis esset), H.: usque ad eum finem, dum, etc.: undique totis Usque adeo turbatur agris, to so great an extent, V.: Anco regi familiaris est factus (Tarquinius) usque eo, ut, etc.—With quāque (less correctly as one word, usquequaque), in every thing, on every occasion: nolite usque quaque idem quaerere: et id usque quaque quantum sit appareat, in each particular.

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