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cūnctus adj.

contr. for con-iūnctus, all in a body, all together, the whole, all, entire: ordo: senatus populusque, L.: Gallia, Cs.: plebes, S.: terra: oppida, Cs.: quin cuncti vivi caperentur, Cs.: cuncti aut magna pars Siccensium, S.: auxilia rei p. cunctis senatūs sententiis, by a unanimous vote: cunctis lecti navibus, i. e. some from every ship, V.Plur n. as subst: cuncta agitare, everything at once, S.: Cicero cuncta edoctus, the whole story, S.: Inter cuncta, at all times, H.: cuncta tibi fatebor, V.: ab his oriuntur cuncta, the universe, O.: cuncta sub imperium accepit, i. e. the Roman world, Ta.—With gen: hominum cuncti, O.: cuncta terrarum, everything on earth, H.: cuncta camporum, Ta.

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