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exanimō āvī, ātus, āre

exanimus, to put out of breath, tire fatigue, weaken, exhaust . — Only pass: ut cursu milites exanimarentur, Cs.To breathe forth : exiliter verba.— To deprive of life, kill, wear out : taxo se, Cs.: volnere exanimari nimio gaudio, L.: circumventi flammā exanimantur, Cs.—Fig., to deprive of self-possession, terrify, agitate, stun, wear out, dishearten : me metu, T.: te metūs exanimant iudiciorum: me querelis tuis, H.: avidos funus Exanimat, H.: exanimatus Pamphilus amorem indicat, out of his wits , T.: cum exanimatus ipse adcurrit: Troia agmina, V.

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