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mōlior ītus, īrī, dep.

moles, to make exertion, exert oneself, endeavor, struggle, strive, toil : in demoliendo signo: Dum moliuntur annus est, T.To labor upon, set in motion, work, ply : nulla opera: validam in vitīs bipennem, wield , V.: ancoras, weigh anchor , L.: terram aratro, till , V.: portas, try , L.: clausum aditum domūs, Cu.: habenas, guide , V.: fulmina dextra, hurl , V.To set out, start, depart : dum (naves) moliuntur a terrā, L.To set in motion, bestir, rouse, cause to remove, displace, start : montes suā sede, L.: classem, V.: corpora ex somno, L.To build, make, erect, construct : muros, V.: atrium, H.: locum, prepares , V.—Fig., to endeavor to do, undertake, attempt, set about, be busy with : multa simul, S.: ea, quae agant, cum labore operoso, perform : (hasta) viam clipei molita per oras, made its way , V.: inde datum molitur iter, V.: animum, form , O.: laborem, undertake , V.: aliquid calamitatis filio, contrive : pestem patriae nefarie: insidias avibus, lay snares , V.: triumphos, O.: moram, occasion , V.: de occupando regno moliens, striving to usurp : apud iudices oratione molienda sunt amor, odium, etc., are to be excited : fidem moliri coepit, disturb , L.: redire molientem (Antonium) reppulistis: Reicere vestem molibar, O.: adversus fortunam, to struggle , Ta.: consiliis res externas, Ta.

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