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impār (in-p-) aris (abl. imparī; twice impare, V.), adj.,

uneven, unequal, dissimilar: numerus, odd: numero deus impare gaudet, V.: Musae, H.: ludere par impar, odd or even, H.: mensae erat pes tertius impar, O.: toga, awry, H.: formae, H.: sibi, H.: Sinūs magnitudine, S.: acer coloribus, i. e. party-colored, O.—Fig., ill-matched, uncongenial: Formae atque animi, H.—Unequal to, not a match for, unable to cope with, inferior, weaker: impari numero impetūs sustinet, Cs.: tibi miles impar, H.: bellator hosti, Iu.: tam durae virtuti, Ta.: materno genere impar, S.: nec facies impar nobilitate fuit, O.—As subst: iuncta impari, to an inferior in rank, L.: imparibus certare, unworthy rivals, H.—Of a contest, unequal, unfair, illmatched, beyond one's strength: certamen: pugna, V.—Fig., inequitable, unjust: sors, L.

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