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taeter (tēter) tra, trum, adj.

with comp. taetrior and sup. taeterrimus, offensive, repulsive, foul, noisome, shocking, loathsome: belua: odor ex multitu <*>ine cadaverum, Cs.: odor Aproni taeterrimus oris: cruor, V.: Spiritus, H.: loca: mulier taeterrima voltu, Iu.—As subst n., offensiveness: taetri aliquid habere.—Horrid, hideous, repulsive, shameful, disgraceful, base, abominable: tam taeter tyrannus: omni diritate atque inmanitate taeterrimus: quis taetrior hostis huic civitati: in eum taeterrimus: legatio: prodigia, L.: nullum vitium taetrius est, quam avaritia: taeterrimum bellum.

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