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fēstīnō āvī, ātus, āre

festinus, to hasten, make haste, be in haste, hurry, be quick : quid festinas? T.: dies noctīsque, S.: omnibus modis, S.: plura scripsissem, nisi tui festinarent: quaestūs sui causā: Festinate, viri, V.To make haste with, hasten, hurry, accelerate, drive, do speedily : migrare: abire, S.: ultum ire iniurias, S.: aram Congerere arboribus, V.: ni id festinaret, S.: ad bellum cuncta, S.: poenas, H.: iussa Sibyllae, promptly execute , V.: animo cupienti nihil satis festinatur, S.: nec virgines festinantur, are not married early , Ta.: festinatae mortis solacium, premature , Ta.: vestīs, prepare hastily , O.: mors gladiis festinata, prematurely inflicled , Iu.

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