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voltus (vult-) ūs, m

an expression of countenance, countenance, visage, features, looks, air, mien, expression, aspect: is qui appellatur voltus, qui nullo in animante esse praeter hominem potest, indicat mores: voltus denique totus, qui sermo quidam tacitus mentis est: perturbatus: maestus, H.: tali voltu gemens, O.: qui spiritus illi, Qu<*> voltus, V.: voltūs mehercule tuos mihi expressit omnīs: tenere voltūs mutantem Protea, H.: voltūs boni, kindly, O.: (iustum virum) Non voltus instantis tyranni Mente quatit solidā, the fierce look: aufer Me voltu terrere, by an angry look, H.—The face, countenance: voltum teretīsque suras laudo, H.: Petamque voltūs umbra curvis unguibus, H.: Saxificos voltūs tolle Medusae, O. —The face, look, appearance: voltūs capit illa priores, O.: Unus erat toto naturae voltus in orbe, O.: salis placidi, V.

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