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facile adv. with comp. and sup.

facilis, easily, with ease, readily, without difficulty : recta consilia aegrotis dare, T.: haec facile ediscere?: quo facilius otio perfruantur: id hoc facilius eis persuasit, quod, etc., Cs.: facillime fingi: facillime mederi inopiae, Cs.—With superlatives or words of superiority, certainly, unquestionably, without contradiction, beyond dispute, by far, far : facile hic plus malist, quam illic boni, T.: doctissimus: pecuniā primus: fortuitam orationem cogitatio facile vincit.—With numerals, quite, fully : hereditas facile ad HS tricies.—With a negative, not easily, hardly : non facile dixerim, quicquam, etc.: haud facile ad negotium inpelli posse, S.: haud facile lubidinibus carebat, S.Readily, willingly, promptly, without hesitation : omnes perferre, T.: homo laborans: unguibus facile illi in oculos involem, T.: locus, ubi facilius esse possim quam Asturae. — Pleasantly, agreeably, well : cogites, Quam vos facillume agitis, T.: copias propter exiguitatem non facile diduci, safely , Cs.

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