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cupidus adj. with comp. and sup.

CVP-, longing, desiring, desirous, eager, zealous, wishing, loving, fond: eius videndi, T.: bellandi, Cs.: te audiendi: tui, devoted to: contentionis cupidiores quam veritatis: cupidissimus litterarum, N.: cupidissimis omnibus, eager for battle, Cs.: moriri, O.: tuas componere laudes, Tb.: in perspiciendā rerum naturā. — Excessively desirous, passionate, eager, greedy, lustful, covetous: animum cupidum inopiā incendere, T.: cupidos moderatis anteferre: emit homo: pecuniae: rerum novarum, Cs.: animi rixae, H.Amorous, loving, longing: amantes, O.—Poet.: Eurydicem cupidis amplectitur ulnis, O.Avaricious, covetous: homo. — Prejudiced, partisan, partial: quaestores vehementer (Verris): multi cupidi tui sunt, partisans: cupidior iudex.

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