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angō —, —, ere

ANG-, to draw close, press tight, squeeze, compress, throttle, choke: sanguine guttur, V.: Tussis sues angit, V. — Fig., to torment, torture, vex, tease, trouble: cura angit hominem, T.: angebat spiritus virum, L.: meum pectus, H.: animos, L.: consulis animum, L.: si animus ... neque tot curis angeretur: cruciatu timoris angi: vehementer angebar, virum esse, etc.: angebatur animi, quod, etc.: de Statio manumisso angor.

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