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ad-haerēscō haesī, haesus, ere, inch.

adhaereo, to cleave, stick, adhere: tragula ad turrim, Cs.: summusque in margine versus adhaesit, i. e. was added on the verge of the tablet, O.: adhaerescere ad columnam (Maeniam), to be pilloried as a fraudulent debtor: in me tela adhaeserunt: craterae limus adhaesit, H.: fronte cuspis adhaesit, O.: nactus hoc litus adhaesi, remained, O.: in his locis.—Fig., to cling, adhere: ad quamcunque disciplinam: iustitiae honestatique, to be devoted: oratio ita libere fluebat, ut numquam adhaeresceret, never faltered. — To correspond to, accord with, fit, suit: omnia ad vestrum studium. —To hang on, trail after, be the last: tenesne memoriā te extremum adhaesisse? hung on the end, i. e. were chosen last.

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