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prōmptus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of promo, set forth, brought forward, disclosed, exposed, manifest : aliud clausum in pectore, aliud promptum in linguā habere, S.: prompta et aperta: nihil quod non istius cupiditati promptissimum esset.— At hand, prepared, ready, quick, prompt, inclined, disposed : homo: audacia, S.: sagittae, O.: promptissimus quisque interciderunt, ablest , Ta.: ad bella suscipienda animus, Cs.: ad usum forensem promptior esse: ad lacessendum certamen, L.: promptior in spem, Ta.: celeritas in agendo: in rebus gerendis, N.: utemini nobis etiam promptioribus pro patriā, L.: manu promptior, L.: promptior linguā quam manu, S.: nullam gentem promptiorem veniae dandae fuisse, L.Bold, enterprising : promptissimus quisque, Ta.: post eventum, Ta.Easy, practicable : defensio: aditus, Ta.: moenia haudquaquam prompta oppugnanti, L.: sed nec mihi dicere promptum, Nec facere est isti, O.: an promptum effectu aut certe non arduum sit, Ta.

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