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plērusque raque, rumque, adj.

plerus, a very great part, the majority, most : Sororem plerique esse credebant meam, T.: multi . . . plerique etiam: plerique Belgae, Cs.: erant pleraque (tecta) ex cratibus facta, usually , L.: plerique Poenorum: eorum plerique, S.: plerisque ex factione eius conruptis, S.: plerique omnes adulescentuli, almost all , T.: dixi pleraque omnia, about all , T.: iuventus pleraque Catilinae favebat, the majority , S.: exercitum plerumque opperiri iubet, S.—As subst n., the greatest part : ubi plerumque noctis processit, S.: Europae, L.Plur, about all, the greater part : nec ratione animi quicquam, sed pleraque viribus corporis administrabant: pleraque eius insulae obsidebantur, Cu.A considerable part, very many, a good many : non dubito fore plerosque, qui, etc., N.: urbium pleraeque, L.

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