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super-veniō vēnī, ventus, īre,

to come in addition, come up, arrive, supervene, follow: pedites superveniunt, L.: superveniunt deinde legati, Cu.: Grata superveniet quae non sperabitur hora, H.— To overtake, come upon, light upon, surprise: et heres Heredem alterius, velut unda supervenit undam, follows upon, H.: palantes, Cu.: timidis supervenit Aegle, V.: munientibus supervenit Marcellus, L.: huic laetitiae, L.—To come over, close upon: crura loquentis Terra supervenit, closed over, O.

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