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īnsidiae ārum, f

SED-, a snare, trap: non lupus insidias explorat, V.: caprum Excipere insidiis, V.—In war, an ambush, ambuscade: signa aenea in insidiis ponere: insidias intravisse, Cs.: eius vitae a me insidiae positae: insidiae tenduntur alcui: Miloni insidias conlocare: ex insidiis petere, L.: locum insidiis conspeximus, for a secret attack, V.—Fig., artifice, crafty device, plot, snare: Insidias nostrae fecit adulescentiae, T.: nimis insidiarum ad capiendas aurīs adhiberi videtur: noctis, V.—In abl. or in phrases with per or ex, by artifice, by stratagem, craftily, insidiously: insidiis circumventi, S.: Marcellus insidiis interfectus est: fraude et insidiis circumventus, L.: per insidias circumveniri, Cs.: ex insidiis.

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