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ĭn-offĭcĭōsus , a, um, adj.,
I.undutiful, inofficious.
I. In gen.
A. Not observant of his duty, undutiful: “humana gens inofficiosa dei,Tert. Apol. 40: “libertus inofficiosus patrono,Dig. 37, 14, 1.—
B. Contrary to one's duty: “testamentum, i. e. one in which nothing is left to one's nearest relatives, children, etc.,Cic. Verr. 1, 42, 107; cf. Dig. 5, 2.—
II. In partic., not obliging, disobliging: “in aliquem,Cic. Att. 13, 27, 1.
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