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re-moror ātus, ārī, dep.,

to hold back, stay, detain, obstruct, hinder, delay, defer: fugiunt, freno non remorante, dies, O.: me, T.: num unum diem Saturninum poena remorata est? i. e. was the execution delayed?: cur non remoratur ituros, O.: ab negotiis (sc. eum), S.: vostrum commodum, T.: me epistulis et meas spes: hostīs quo minus victoriā uterentur, S.: pomi iactu remorata (Atalanta), O.: postquam remorata suos cognovit amores, lingering, O.

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