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conquīrō quīsīvī (sierit, C.), quīsītus, ere

com- + quaero, to seek for, hunt up, search out, procure, bring together, collect: toto flumine navīs, Cs.: iubet omnia conquiri: quam plurimum pecoris ex agris, S.: Diodorum totā provinciā: quos potuit (colonos), N.: his ut conquirerent (sc. homines) imperavit, Cs.: pecuniam, L.: quem quisque notum habebat, Cs.: triumviri sacris conquirendis, L. — Fig., to seek after, search for, go in quest of: suavitates undique: voluptates, Cs.: litterae cogitatione conquirendae: artīs ad alqm opprimendum, Ta.: omnia contra sensūs: aliquid sceleris, to seek to commit.

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