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incunctābĭlis , e, adj. 2. in-cunctor,
I.that admits of no delay: “illud quoque incunctabile est, ut, etc.,Dig. 22, 5, 21.—Hence, adv.: incunctābĭlĭter , unhesitatingly, without delay, Alcim. Sent. ad Phil. 4.
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