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com - pellō (conp-) pulī, pulsus, ere,

to drive together, drive in a body, collect, assemble: armentum in speluncam, L.: greges in unum, V.: pecus totius provinciae: (navīs) in portum, Cs.: adversarios intra moenia, N.—To drive, force: bellum Medulliam, direct, L.: (hostes) eo, ut, etc., N.: Pompeium domum suam: (imaginem) virgā Nigro gregi, H.—Fig., to drive, bring, move, impel, incite, urge, compel, force, constrain: civem domum vi et armis: ad arma: in hunc sensum compellor iniuriis: in eundem metum, L.: alquem iussa nefanda pati, O.: ceteras nationes: periculis compulsus: angustiis rei frumentariae, Cs.: metu, L.

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