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scelerātus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of scelero, polluted, profaned, defiled : terra, V.: limina Thracum, O.: Vicus, on the Esquiline, where Tullia drove over the corpse of her father , L.: campus, at the Colline gate, where an unchaste vestal was entombed alive , L.: sedes, the abode of the wicked in the underworld , O.Impious, wicked, accursed, infamous, vicious, flagitious : Davos, T.: vir: stirps hominum sceleratorum, Cs.: hostis: coniunx, L.: iste multo sceleratior quam ille: ego sum sceleratior illo, O.: refertam esse Graeciam sceleratissimorum hominum.—As subst m. : tu unus, scelerate, inventus es, qui, etc., scoundrel : sceleratorum manu.— Accursed, shameful, outrageous, impious : eius preces: coniuratio, L.: insania belli, V.: amor habendi, O.: ignes, O.: a sceleratiore hastā: subit ira sceleratas sumere poenas, i. e. satisfaction for her crimes , V.: frigus, destructive , V.

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