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ex-sterno (ext- ), āvi, ātum, 1, v. a. sterno, ĕre; formed acc. to the analogy of consterno, āre, drive beside one's self, to terrify greatly, affright (poet. and very rare): “aliquem assiduis luctibus,Cat. 64, 71: “exsternata malo,id. 64, 165; Ov. M. 1, 641 (corresp. to exterrita); 11, 77; “id. lb. 432: animos nostros perinde laetitia et dolor exsternat,Pacat. Paneg. 19. (Acc. to conject. of Jacobs, also in Hor. Ep. 1, 6, 11; and acc. to Lachm. also in Lucr. 4, 1022, v. ib. p. 266.)
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