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at-tempĕro (adt- , Haase), āre, v. a., fit, adjust, accommodate (only in the foll. exs.): “gladium sibi adtemperare, i. e. accommodare,Sen. Ep. 30, 8: “paenula, ut infundibulum inversum, est attemperata,Vitr. 10, 12, 2.—Hence, * attempĕrātē , adv., opportunely, seasonably, = accommodate, commode: “Itane attemperate evenit, hodie in ipsis nuptiis Ut veniret, antehac numquam?Ter. And. 5, 4, 13.
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