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īn-serō seruī, sertus, ere,

to put in, introduce, insert, thrust: caput in lecticam: insertae fenestrae, V.: trecentos (in navem), H.: oculos in pectora, O.: caput in tentoria, L.: falces insertae longuriis, Cs.: subtegmen radiis, O.: mare montibus inseri, flows among, Ta.—Fig., to bring in, introduce, associate, join, enroll: ius est, quod quaedam innata vis inseruit: minimis rebus religio inserit deos, L.: me vatibus, H.

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