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altē adv. with comp.

altus, high, on high, from above, loftily: cruentum alte tollens pugionem: dextram alte extulit, V.: puer alte cinctus, H.: se tollere altius: altius praecincti, H. — Meton., deep, deeply, far: ferrum haud alte in corpus descendisse, L.: alte volnus adactum, V.: frigidus imber Altius ad vivum persedit, V.: sulcus altius impressus. — Fig., highly, loftily: alte spectare: altius se efferre.—Deeply, profoundly: altius aspicere: aliquid repetendum altius.—From afar, remotely: alte petitum prooemium, far-fetched: oratio tam alte repetita: altius expedire, from the beginning, Ta.

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