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occultus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of occulo, covered up, hidden, concealed, secret: locus, S.: occultiores insidiae: quo occultior esset eius adventus, Cs.: si quid erit occultius: cum res occultissimas aperueris: per occultos callīs, V.: notae, O.: Crescit, occulto velut arbor aevo, i. e. imperceptibly, H.: occulti miranda potentia fati, Iu.: salis in lacte sapor, slight favor, V.Plur n. as subst: expromere omnia mea occulta, secrets, T.: servi, quibus occulta credantur: in occultis ac reconditis templi, the recesses, Cs.Sing: stare in occulto, in hiding: ex occulto nostros invadit, from ambush, S.: ex occulto intervenire, secretly. —Of persons, close, reserved, uncandid, secret: me occultum fingere: ab occultis cavendum hominibus, L.: occultus odii, dissembling his hate, Ta.: consilii, Ta.

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