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incūs ūdis, f

in+CVD-, an anvil: sine follibus et incudibus: Impositos incudibus ensīs, V.: positis incudibus, i. e. having established smithies, V.: novā Incude diffingere ferrum, H.—Prov.: eandem incudem tundere, hammer away at the same thing.—Fig.: incudi reddere versūs, retouch, H.: in ipsā studiorum incude positi, i. e. still occupied with their education, Ta.

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