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ădĭpātus , a, um, adj. adeps,
I.filled or supplied with fat, fatty, greasy.
I. Lit.: puls, Lucil. ap. Charis. 73 and 74 P.; hence, absol.: ădĭpātum (sc. edulium), i, pastry prepared with fat (cf. Charis. l. c.): “livida materno fervent adipata veneno,Juv. 6, 630.—
II. Trop. of discourse, coarse, gross: “opimum quoddam et tamquam adipatae orationis genus,Cic. Or. 8, 25; also ap. Non. 69, 6 (al. adipale).
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