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ēmineō uī, —, ēre

ex + 2 MAN-, to stand out, project, reach upward : eminere et procul videri, Cs.: vetustae radices, S.: hasta in partīs ambas, O.: iugum in mare, Cs.: ex terrā in altitudinem xxx stadia, Cu.: belua ponto, O.: ut per costas ferrum emineret, L.: acies extra proelium, L.— Fig., to be prominent, stand out, be conspicuous : quorum eminet audacia: ex ore crudelitas: privata inter publicos honores studia, L.: supra cetera, L.: desperatio in voltu, L.: vox eminet una, is distinctly heard , O.To distinguish oneself, be eminent : inter omnīs in omni genere dicendi: tantum, L.: altius, N.

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