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stirpĭtus , adv. id.; cf. radicitus from radix, the stalk, by the roots, root and branch, stock and stump (very rare). *
I. Lit.: “arborem transferre,Dig. 47, 7, 3, § 4. —*
B. Transf.: “barbam forcipibus evellere,Sid. Ep. 1, 2.—*
II. Trop. (for the usu. radicitus), utterly: “hunc errorem, quasi radicem malorum omnium, stirpitus extrahere,Cic. Tusc. 4, 38, 83.
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