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scelus eris, n

SCEL-, a wicked deed, heinous act, crime, sin, enormity, wickedness : civem scelus verberare: scelus atque perfidia: inde omnia scelera ac maleficia gignuntur: documentum Persarum sceleris: nefario scelere concepto: ad perficiendum scelus incitare: in me edere: se scelere adligare: obrui, L.: caecum domūs scelus omne retexit, V.: legatorum interfectorum, the crime of murdering the deputies , L.: quod scelus Calydona merentem (concessit)? i. e. the penalty of what crime? V.—As a term of reproach, rascal, scoundrel, villain, rogue, baggage (colloq.): Abin hinc scelus! T.: ubi illic est scelus, T.: Artificis scelus, i. e. cunning rogue , V.A misfortune, calamity: Pa . Quid hoc est sceleris? perii, T.

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