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temerē adv.

2 TEM-, by chance, by accident, at random, without design, casually, fortuitously, rashly, heedlessly, thoughtlessly, inconsiderately, indiscreetly : evenire, T.: forte temere in adversos montīs agmen erigere, L.: nisi ista casu non numquam forte temere concurrerent: corpora huc et illuc casu et temere cursantia: non temere nec fortuito sati: inconsulte ac temere dicere: alquid de se credere, S.: sub Pinu iacentes sic temere, H.: saxa iacentia, L.—Esp., with a negative, not for nothing, not easily, hardly, scarcely : non temerest; timeo quid sit, it means something , T.: quidquid sit, haud temere esse rentur, that it is something of moment , L.: Haud temere est visum, V.: Hoc temere numquam amittam ego a me, T.: irasci amicis: adire, Cs.: patres quoque non temere pro ullo aeque adnisi sunt, L.: vatis avarus Non temere est animus, H.: nullus dies temere intercessit, quo non ad eum scriberet, N.

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