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audācter (rarely audāciter) adv. with comp. audācius and sup. audācissimē

audax, boldly, courageously: te monere, T.: subsistere, Cs.: audacius disputabo: dictatorem creare, with confidence, L.—Form audaciter: de aliquā re laturum esse, L.Rashly, audaciously, desperately: multa facta: audicius exsultare: scelera audacissime facere.—Form audaciter: facere: negare, L.

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