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inimīcus adj. with comp. and sup.

2 in+amicus, unfriendly, hostile, inimical: capere inimicos homines, incur the enmity of, T.: inimicior eram huic quam Caesari: animo inimico venisse: Pompeio, S.: sibi omnīs esse inimicos, Cs.: Hannibal nomini Romano, N.: Dis inimice senex, hateful, H. —As subst, an enemy, foe: populi R. inimici, Cs.: quis plenior inimicorum fuit Mario: tamquam inimicum insectari, L.: cuiusquam: inimicissimus suus, his greatest enemy: animorum motūs inimicissimi mentis tranquillae.—Of an enemy, hostile: nomina, V.: insigne, spoils of a vanquished foe, V.: inter omnia inimica infestaque, L.Hurtful, injurious, damaging: (naves) accipiunt inimicum imbrem, V.: lux propinquat, unfavorable, V.: odor nervis, H.: nec quidquam inimicius quam illa (oratio) versibus.

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