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pĕremptālis , e, adj. peremptus,
I.of or belonging to destruction or abolition, abolishing, cancelling; only in augural lang., fulmina, lightnings that destroy the effect or portent of former lightnings: “peremptalia fulgura Gracchus ait vocari, quae superiora fulgura aut portenta vi suā perimant,Fest. p. 214 Müll.: “peremptalia fulmina, quibus tolluntur priorum fulminum minae,Sen. Q. N. 2, 49, 2.
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