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circumspiciō ēxī (perf. circumspēxtī, T.), ectus, ere

circum + specio, to look about, cast a look around, observe, see: circumspicio; nusquam (sc. te video), T.: coniunx ubi sit, O.: nec suspicit nec circumspicit: nusquam circumspiciens aut respiciens, L.—Fig., to exercise foresight, be cautious, take heed: esse circumspiciendum diligenter, ut, etc.—To view on all sides, survey: sua circumspicere quid secum portare posset, Cs.: amictūs, to review, O.: turris circumspicit undas, commands, O.To descry, get sight of, discern: saxum, V.— Fig., to view mentally, survey, ponder, weigh, consider: consilia animo, Cs.: circumspectis rebus omnibus: procellas quae impendent: circumspicere, quibus necesse sit, etc.: animo, qui sint exitūs rerum: quosnam consules facerent, L.: usque eone te diligis et magnifice circumspicis? are you so haughty? — To look about for, seek for: tecta ac recessum, L.: alium (arietem), V.

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