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προσπλάσσω , Att. προσπερί-ττω ,
A.form or mould upon, in Pass., νεοσσιαὶ προσπεπλασμέναι ἐκ πηλοῦ πρὸς ἀποκρήμνοισι ὄρεσι nests formed of clay and attached to precipitous mountains, Hdt.3.111; to be applied as a plaster, Hp.VM15; to be smeared upon, prob. in Aen.Tact.22.25; adhere to, Alex.Trall.7.7:—Act., “τέφραν προσπλάττουσι τῷ βωμῷPlu.2.433b: metaph., τοὺς τόκους ib.831a.
II. increase, in Pass., of the body, increase by continued growth, Gal.4.541: metaph., to be added, ποτεπλάσθη, of Berenice as a fourth Χάρις, Call.Epigr.52.
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    • Herodotus, Histories, 3.111
    • Callimachus, Epigrams, 52
    • Hippocrates, De prisca medicina, 15
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