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aegrē adv. with comp. aegrius, and sup. aegerrimē

aeger, painfully, distressingly: audire, T.: aegrest, it is annoying, T.: ferre, to feel distress.— With difficulty, hardly, scarcely: divelli: bellum sumi facile, aegerrime desinere, S.With grief, reluctantly, unwillingly: carere, to suffer for want of: haud aegre pati, without impatience, L.: habere (with acc. and inf.), L.

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