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ălĭquātĕnus , adv. aliquā-tenus (post-Aug.).
I. Of place, for a certain distance, some way: “procedere,Mel. 1, 2: “Padus aliquatenus exilis et macer,id. 2, 4, 4. —
II. Of actions.
A. To a certain degree or extent, in some measure, somewhat: “aliquatenus, inquit, dolere, aliquatenus timere permitte: sed illud aliquatenus longe producitur,Sen. Ep. 116, 4: “aliquatenus se confirmare,Col. 4, 3, 4; Symm. Ep. 6, 59.—
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