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ĭn-expĕdītus , a, um, adj.,
I.not free.
I. Entangled, confused: “sicut pugna inexpeditior in angustiis, ita caedes atrocior fuit,Liv. 24, 16, 3 (al. impeditior).—
II. Not ready, not quick at any thing (postclass.).
A. Of persons: “in rebus obeundis,Arn. 7, 247.—
B. Of things, not easy, difficult: “inexpeditissimum est traducere,Arn. 5, 182.
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