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comminus (not cōminus), adv.

com- + manus, in close contest, hand to hand, at close quarters: acriter instare, S.: eminus hastis aut comminus gladiis uti: unum ense ferit, O.: comminus eminus petunt, L.: locus pugnandi, Cs.: conferre signa, L.: falcati enses, for hand-to-hand fighting, V.: in apros ire, O.: cervos obtruncant ferro, V.: arva Insequitur, V.—Fig., at close quarters, hand to hand: agamus. — Nigh at hand, near to, near: aspicit Getas, O.: monstratā captivitate, Ta.

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