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cōnsultus adj. with sup.

P. of consulo, well considered, weighed, deliberated upon, maturely pondered: ipsi omnia: consulta ad nos deferunt.— Knowing, skilful, experienced, practised, learned (esp. in law): non magis iuris quam iustitiae fuit: consultissimus vir iuris, L.: insanientis sapientiae, H.: naturā, non disciplinā.—As subst m., a lawyer, counsellor: ex isto genere consultorum: eris tu, consultus modo, rusticus, H.—Esp., with iuris or iure: iuris consultorum auctoritas: qui tibi uni est iure consultus.

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