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deinceps (disyl., H.), adv.

dein + CAP-.—In space, one after another, in order, in succession : cum deinceps ex primis versuum litteris aliquid conectitur: prima Curene est, ac deinceps duae Syrtes, S.: tres deinceps turres prociderunt, L.— In time, one after another, successively, in immediate succession : duo deinceps reges civitatem auxerunt, L.: ut deinceps qui accubarent canerent, etc.: ut alios alii deinceps exciperent, Cs.: Redde quae deinceps risisti, H.: deinceps fuit annus, quo, etc., the very next .—In order, in regular order, continuously, without interruption : de iustitiā dictum est: deinceps de beneficentiā dicatur: annales Enni ut deinceps legi possint: caedem tyranni ostendit, i. e. goes on to relate , L.: prima causa dicta ... deinceps inde multae.—In an enumeration, next, next in order : primum est officium, ut, etc., deinceps, ut, etc.: principes parentes ... proximi liberi ... deinceps propinqui: qui primus eorum, qui secundus, qui deinceps moriturus esset: tum deinceps, L.: postea deinceps, L.

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