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dēfunctōrĭus , a, um, adj. defungor,
I.quickly despatched; slight, cursory (post-Aug.; “for class. negligens, levis): apodixis,Petr. 132, 10: “ictus,id. 136, 5.—Adv.: dēfunctōrĭē , slightly, cursorily: “agere causam,Sen. Contr. 5, 31 fin.: “petere aliquid,Dig. 38, 17, 2.
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