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sublestus , a, um, adj. acc. to Döderl. Synon. 2, p. 101 sq., perh. from sublevo; and hence, light,
I.slight, trifling, trivial (ante-class.): “sublesta antiqui dicebant infirma et tenuia,Plaut. Pers. 3, 1, 20: fides sublestior, id est, infirmior. Idem in Nervolaria vinum ait sublestissimum, quia infirmos faciat vel corpore vel animo, Fest. pp. 294 and 295 Müll.; cf.: “sublestum est leve, frivolum,Non. 177, 11: “sublestus infirmus, tristis, Gloss. Isid.: fides,Plaut. Bacch. 3, 6, 13.
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