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ad - moveō mōvī

(admōrunt, V.), mōtus, ēre, to move to, move towards, bring up, bring near, carry, conduct, drive: fasciculum (florum) ad narīs: ora ad ora, O.: exercitum ad urbem, L.: scalis admotis; applied, Cs.: labra poculis, apply, V.: anguīs curribus, harness, O.: manūs operi, apply, O.; but, manūs nocentibus, punish, L.: aurem, give close attention, T.: plurīs aurīs, to bring more hearers, H.: iam admovebat rex (sc. agmen), Cu. — Fig., to apply, direct to: orationem ad sensūs inflammandos: stimulos homini, goad: <*>ene tormentum ingenio, H.: ubi spes est admota recursūs, is brought nearer, O.: adplicant se et propius admovent, i. e. enter into close intimacy: rursus admotā prece, by repeated supplication, Ph.

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