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vexō āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

veho, to shake, jolt, toss violently: (rector) per confragosa vexabitur: ratīs, V.: venti caeli nubila vexant, O.To harry, waste, trouble, harass, plague, disturb: agros vectigalīs vexatos a Verre: Galliam, Cs.: hostīs sempiternos: vexati omnes difficultate viae, L.: comas, to frizzle, O.To worry, vex, annoy, disquiet, trouble: Hermippum probris: vexabatur uxor mea: vexatur Theophrastus libris, is attacked: me honoris cupido vexabat, S.: mentem mariti philtris, Iu.

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