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cōnspectus ūs, m

com- + SPEC-, a seeing, look, sight, view, range of sight, power of vision: casurusne in conspectum animus: quo longissime conspectum oculi ferebant, L.: conspectu urbis frui: Dari mi in conspectum, T.: paene in conspectu exercitūs, before the eyes, Cs.: conspectu in medio constitit, before all eyes, V.: illam e conspectu amisi meo, T.: in conspectum venire, N.: ex hominum conspectu morte decedere, N.: (mons) in conspectu omnium excelsissimus, Cs.: conspectum fugit, notice, O.Presence, proximity, countenance, sight: scio fore meum conspectum invisum, T.: huic vestrum conspectum eripere, banish from: missis in conspectu cecidere lapides, L.: frequens vester, i. e. your assembled presence: procul a conspectu imperii: velut e conspectu tolli, Ta.Appearance: animi partes, quarum est conspectus inlustrior: conspectu suo proelium restituit, L.— Fig., a mental view, glance, survey, consideration, contemplation: in conspectu animi: ut ea ne in conspectu quidem relinquantur: me a conspectu malorum avertere, L.

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