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[115] Atque ita cunctatus. The force of cunctatus cannot be easily expressed in a translation; it signifies literally to put off her admonitions, to delay an obedience to them. As morning drew near, the nurse put him in mind of the necessity of his departing; but he still insisted upon a longer stay. Aulus Gellius uses the word in the same sense, when he says, Tolerare et cunctare dolores.

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