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exuō uī, ūtus, ere

4 AV-, to draw out, take off, pull off, put off : pharetram umero, O.: iugum, shake off , L.: caestūs, V.To unclothe, divest, free, put forth : pellibus membra, H.: ossa lacertosque, bares , V.: ex his te laqueis: se iugo, L.: unum exuta pedem vinclis, V.: cornua exuitur, O.To strip, despoil, deprive : copiae armis exutae, Cs.: se agro paterno, L.—Fig., to lay aside, cast off, divest oneself of, put away : humanitatem: silvestrem animum, V.: mores antiquos, L.: tristitiam, Ta.: ius fasque, Ta.: hac (pinu) hominem, i. e. turn into a pine , O.: ex animo exui non potest, esse deos: Lepidum, get rid of , Ta.

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