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luctor ātus, ārī, dep.

lucta, a wrestling, to wrestle : luctabitur Olympiis Milon: fulvā luctantur harenā, V.: Achivis doctius unctis, H.To wrestle, struggle, strive, contend : in pestilenti solo, L.: Luctandum in turbā, H.: Inter se adversis cornibus, V.: de nomine temporis huius, O.: telum Eripere, V.: liberiore frui caelo, O.: in lento luctantur marmore tonsae, V.: Tristia robustis luctantur funera plaustris, H.: luctantes venti, V. —Fig., to struggle, strive, contend : tecum: cum ardore regionis, Cu.: luctata diu ait, after a (mental) struggle , O.

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