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bellē adv. with sup.

bellus, prettily, neatly, well: belle et festive (in applause): se habere, to be well: minus belle habere, to be not quite well: bellissime esse: hoc non belle, a fault, H.: cum hoc fieri bellissime posset, would have served the purpose perfectly: cetera belle, everything else is well enough.

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