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prōcumbō cubuī, cubitum, ere

CVB-, to fall forwards, sink down, fall prostrate : Gallis ad pedes<*> ne cogerentur, etc., Cs.: genibus, O.: in vestibulo curiae, L.: in genua, Cu.: Coroebus Penelei dextrā Procumbit, V.: certamine summo, bend to their oars , V.To lean forward, bend down, sink, be beaten down, be broken down, fall : frumenta imbribus procubuerant, i. e. were beaten down , Cs.: ne gravidis procumbat culmus aristis, V.: (domus) in domini procubuit caput, fell in upon , O.: agger in fossam procubuit, L.—Fig., to fall, be ruined : res procubuere meae, O.To extend, spread, lie : planities sub radicibus montium procumbit, Cu.

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