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pĕr-ōdi , ōsus, ōdisse, v. a., hate greatly, to detest (not in Cic. or Cæs.): “plebs consulum nomen perosa erat,Liv. 3, 34, 8 Drak.: “omnes, qui legitimam disciplinam non sint perosi,Quint. 1, 10, 30; Col. 9, 5, 2: populum Romanum perosi sunt, Aug. ap. Suet. Tib. 21: “culpam,Manil. 5, 409.—Usually,
II. In part. perf.: pĕrōsus , a, um.
B. In pass. signif., thoroughly hated or hateful (post-class.): “thalami,Juvenc. 3, 482: “deo,Tert. Poen. 5.—Comp.: “veritas tanto perosior quanto plenior,Tert. Anim. 1 fin.: “nihil deo perosius gloria,id. Virg. Vel. 16.—Hence, adv.: pĕrōsē , hatefully, App. Mag. 38.
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