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adflīctō (aff-) āvī, ātus, āre, freq.

adfligo, to break to pieces, destroy, shatter, damage, injure: qui Catuli monumentum adflixit: navīs tempestas adflictabat, Cs.: quod (naves) in vadis adflictarentur, were broken in the shallows, Cs.—Fig., to crush, put an end to: eiusdem furorem.—To trouble, disquiet, distress, harass: homines gravius adflictantur: adflictatur res p. — With pron reflex., to grieve, be greatly troubled: ne te adflictes, T.: cum se Alcibiades adflictaret.—Pass: adflictari lamentarique: de aliquā re: morbo, L.

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