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mōlīmentum , i, n. molior,
I.a great exertion, effort, endeavor, attempt, undertaking (good prose, but not in Cic.): magno cum molimento procedunt, Sisenn. ap. Non. 142, 5: neque se exercitum sine magno commeatu atque molimento in unum locum contrahere posse, * Caes. B. G. 1, 34, 3: “motam certe sede suā parvi molimenti adminiculis,by machines of little power, Liv. 5, 22: “eo minoris molimenti ea claustra esse,would cost the less labor, id. 37, 14: “rex magni molimenti est,that has a great spirit of enterprise, Sen. Cons. ad Marc. 11, 3.
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