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impĕtĭbĭlis (inp- ; also impătĭb- ), e, adj. in-patibilis.
I. Pass., insufferable, insupportable, intolerable (class.): “dolorem vos, cum improbis poenam proponitis, impetibilem facitis,Cic. Fin. 2, 17, 57; so, “cruciatus,Plin. 25, 5, 24. § “59: morbi,id. 20, 20, 81, § 215: “valetudo,id. 20, 18, 76, § 199: “scelus,App. Mag. 328: “chamaeleon coraci,Sol. 40 fin.: “turpe atque impetibile est, attonito animo et fronte maesta laetos adire conventus,Symm. Ep. 9, 103. —
II. Act., impassible, incapable of suffering: “sapiens ex bruto, impetibile de patibili, nunquam potest oriri,Lact. 2, 8, 38; 7, 20, 7.
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