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as -sĭmĭlis (ads- , Ritschl, Baiter, Rib.; ass- , Merk.), e, adj.,
I.similar, like (cf. ad, D. 4.); constr. with gen., dat. with quasi, or absol. (rare; mostly poet. and in post - Aug. prose; once in Cic.).
c. With quasi: Nam hoc adsimile est quasi de fluvio qui aquam derivat sibi, Plaut. Truc. 2, 7, 12.—
d. Absol.: “Inde sequetur, Adsimili ratione alias ut postulet ordo,Lucr. 2, 493, and 4, 425.—* Adv.: assĭ-mĭlĭter (ads- ), in like manner: “adsimiliter mi hodie optigit,Plaut. Bacch. 4, 9, 27.
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