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cĭnĕfactus , a, um, adj. cinis-facio: nos horrifico cinefactum te prope busto ... deflevimus,” i. e. turned to ashes, Lucr. 3, 906, cf. Non. p. 93, 33 (Lachm. ad loc. makes the word = qui jam prope cineris colorem et adspectum nanctus est, but cf. Munro ad loc.).
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    • Lucretius, De Rerum Natura, 3.906
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