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dēterior ius, adj. comp. with sup. dēterrimus

de, lower, worse, poorer, meaner : tempus, less favorable : status: vectigalia sibi deteriora facere, Cs.: muraena carne, H.: aetas, V.: quo (peditatu) erat deteriore, i. e. in which he was weaker , N.: video meliora, Deteriora sequor, O.: proles Auro deterior, O.: in deterius mutare, Ta.Plur m . as subst, the degenerate , H.Plur n . as subst: pronus deterioribus princeps, Ta.Sup: illum esse quam deterrimum, T.: genus rei p. ex bono in deterrumum conversum: color, V.: aqua, H.: homo omnium deterrimus: patronus.

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