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cōnspiciō spēxī, spectus, ere

SPEC-, to look at attentively, get sight of, descry, perceive, observe, fix eyes upon: te in iure: procul vehiculum e monte: milites ab hostibus conspiciebantur, Cs.: lucus ex insulā conspiciebatur, N.: inter se conspecti, L.: conspectis luminibus crebris, L.: locum insidiis, espy, V.: rugas in speculo, O.: conspectos horrere ursos, at the sight of, O.: si illud signum forum conspiceret, face towards: (filium) spoliatum omni dignitate: loca multitudine completa, Cs.: alqm humi iacentem, L.: hunc cupido lumine, Ct.: nostros victores flumen transisse, Cs.: frondere Philemona, O.To look at with admiration, gaze upon, observe, contemplate: alqm cum egregiā stirpe, L.: alqm propter novitatem orna<*>ūs, N.Pass, to attract attention, be conspicuous, be noticed, be distinguished, be admired: vehi per urbem, conspici velle: se quisque conspici properabat, S.: maxime conspectus ipse est, curru invectus, L.: formosissimus alto caelo, shine, O.: infestis oculis omnium conspici, be a mark for.— Fig., to perceive, discern: eum mentibus.

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