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conduit: pipe for the conveyance of water Cor. II. iii. 250; fig. Err. V. i. 315 “the c-s of my blood” ; structure for the distribution of water, which is made to spout from it, often in the form of a human figure (hence allusively) Wint. V. ii. 61, Tit. II. iv. 30, Rom. III. v. 130 “a conduit, girl? what! still in tears?,” Lucr. 1234.