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prae-sĭpĭo , pĕre, v. a. sapio, feel beforehand, have a presentiment of: praesagire est praedivinare, praesipere, Fest. s. v. praesagire, p. 223 Müll.; cf.: adsipere et praesipere dicebant antiqui a sapiendo, Paul. ex Fest. s. v. adsipere, p. 21 Müll.
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