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utique adv.

uti (see 1 ut)+que, in any case, at any rate, certainly, assuredly, by all means : quo die venies, utique fac cum tuis apud me sis. —With a negative, not by any means, not at all : concurrunt ad eum legati, monentes, ne utique experiri vellet imperium, L.: numquam ab equite, numquam ab pedite, utique numquam, never at all , L.In particular, especially : velim, Varronis et Olli mittas laudationem, Olli utique: saevire inde utique consulum alter patresque, L.: commota plebs est, utique postquam viderunt, etc., L.At least, by all means : sed haec, si tibi erit commodum; ipse vero utique fac venias.

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