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con-crēscō crēvī

(concrēsse, O.), crētus, ere, to grow together, harden, condense, curdle, stiffen, congeal: Concrescunt in flumine crustae, V.: rigido rostro Ora, stiffen, O.: Gorgone conspectā, to be petrified, O.: Concreta radix, frozen, V.: (aqua) nive pruināque concresceret: Frigora canā concreta pruinā, stiffened by, V.: concretos sanguine crinīs, clotted, V.: aër concretus in nubīs cogitur: nanus concretus in artūs, shortened, Pr.—To take form, grow, increase: mundi orbis, V.: initia unde omnia concreta sint.

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