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sordidus adj. with comp. and sup.

sordes, dirty, unclean, foul, filthy, squalid, sordid : amictus, V.: mappa, H.: duces Non indecoro pulvere, H.: Auctumnus calcatis uvis, O.: terga suis, dingy , O. —Prov.: saepe est etiam sub palliolo sordido sapientia, Caec. ap. C.—Fig., low, base, mean, poor, humble, small, paltry : homo: non sordidus auctor Naturae, H.: sordidissimus quisque, L.: rura, V.Low, mean, base, abject, vile, despicable, disgraceful : ut quisque sordidissimus videbitur: sordidissima ratio et inquinatissima: sordidiores (artīs) repudiare: Virtus repulsae nescia sordidae, H.: pecuniam praeferre amicitiae sordidum existiment. — Mean, niggardly, penurious, sordid : Sordidus quod nolit haberi, H.: periurium, Ph.

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