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intentus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of intendo, attentive, intent, waiting, eager: Romani intenti festinare, S.: milites pugnae proventum exspectabant, Cs.: intenti ora tenebant, V.: intentis oculis contemplari: in eā re intentis animis, Cs.: aliis negotiis, S.: dimicationi ultimae, L.: celerandae victoriae intentior, Ta.: quem pueri intenti ludo exercent, V.: aliquo negotio intentus, S.: intenti quam mox signum daretur, eagerly awaiting, L.: intenti paratique si lacesserentur, i. e. to see whether, etc., L.: intentus, sive . . . sive, etc., watchful, L.: eo intentior ad victoriam niti, S.: intentiore eum custodiā observare, L.: intentior disciplina, stricter, Ta.: intentissima conquisitio, L.: omnia intentissimā curā acta, L.—Of style, vigorous, nervous: sermo: pars orationis.

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