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in-haereō haesī, haesus, ere,

to stick fast, cling, cleave, adhere, inhere: quorum linguae inhaererent: inhaesuro similis (canis), as if about to fasten on her, O.: dextram amplexus inhaesit, V.: animi, qui corporibus non inhaerent: constantior quam nova collibus arbor, H.: ad saxa inhaerentes: in visceribus: in rei naturā: quod (telum) inhaeserat illi, O.: umeris abeuntis, O.—Fig., to cling, adhere, engage deeply, be inherent, be closely connected: opinatio inhaerens: inhaeret in mentibus quoddam augurium: virtutes semper voluptatibus inhaerent: Voltibus tuis, gaze upon, O.

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