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prō-ripiō puī, reptus, ere,

to drag forth: hominem proripi iubet: nudos pedes, i. e. spring forth, O.: se ex curiā repente proripuit, rushed out: se ex curiā domum, S.: se portā foras, Cs.: se undique in publicum, rush into the street, L.: quo deinde ruis? quo proripis? (sc. te) V.—Fig., to drive out, hurry forth, impel: ne virilis Cultus in caedem et Lycias proriperet catervas? H.: quae libido non se proripiet? break out openly.

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