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frūstror ātus, ārī, dep.

frustra, to deceive, dis appoint, trick, elude, frustrate : differendo spen impetum, L.: me ipsum: custodes, L.: Iugurthan spes frustrata, S.: sat adhuc tua nos frustratast fides, T.: numquam frustrata vocatūs Hasta meos, failed to obey , V.: inceptus clamor frustratur hiantīs, i. e. dies on their lips , V.: Cocceius vide ne frustretur.—Pass: adeo frustrata spes est, ut, etc., L.To miss the mark, throw in vain : pauci in pluribus minus frustrati, S.To make vain, make useless : parentum gaudia lacrimulis, Ct.: rami lento vimine frustrabantur ictūs, Cu.

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