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cōnfiteor fessus, ērī, dep.

com- + fateor, to acknowledge, confess, own, avow, concede, allow, grant: confitere, T.: confitentem audire alqm: non infitiando confiteri videbantur: Confessas manūs tendens, in surrender, O.: scelus: amorem nutrici, O.: se victos, Cs.: se, reveal, O.: deam, V.: se hostem: hoc de statuis: hoc confiteor iure Mi obtigisse, T.: sese plurimum ei debere, Cs.: largitionem factam esse: O cui debere salutem confiteor, O.—Fig., to reveal, manifest, show: confessa voltibus iram, O.

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