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dīripiō uī, eptus, ere

dis- + rapio, to tear asunder, tear in pieces : Cum diripereris equis, O.: membra manibus nefandis, O.: dapes, V.To lay waste, ravage, spoil, plunder, pillage : bona eorum, Cs.: oppidum, Cs.: captas urbīs, L.: diripiendas civitates dare, Cs.: direpta domus, V.: praedas imperatores cum paucis diripiebant, seized and divided , S.: aras, strip , V.: mella, steal , V.To tear away, snatch away : Vaginā ensem, V.: direpta leoni Pellis erat, O.

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