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graviter adv. with comp. gravius, and sup. gravissimē

gravis, weightily, heavily, ponderously : tela ut gravius acciderent, Cs.: cecidi. O.—Of tone, deeply : sonare: sonat ungula cornu, V.Vehemently, strongly, violently : crepuerunt fores, T.: ferire, V.: adflictae naves, Cs.—Fig., vehemently, violently, deeply, severely, harshly, unpleasantly, disagreeably, sadly : aegrotare: saucius: se volnerare, Cu.: gravissime terreri, Cs.: tibi iratus, T.: gravius hoc dolore exarsit, Cs.: cives gravissime dissentientes: tulit hoc, took to heart : cum casūs miseriarum graviter accipiuntur: illa gravius aestimare (i. e. graviora), Cs.: in illum dicere, T.: de viris gravissime decernitur, Cs.: agere: ut non gravius accepturi viderentur si, etc., sorrowfully , L.: se non graviter habere, to be not very ill : spirans, with poisonous breath , V.With dignity, weightily, impressively, gravely, seriously, with propricty : his de rebus conqueri: de vobis illi gravissime iudicarunt, i. e. were greatly influenced by you , Cs.: res gestas narrare: locum tractare.

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