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contĭōnābundus , a, um, adj. contionor,
I.proposing something or haranguing in a public assembly (several times in Livy; elsewh. very rare).
1. In a bad sense; with acc.: “haec prope contionabundus circumibat homines,Liv. 3, 47, 3; 5, 29, 10.—
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