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cupiditās ātis (gen plur. -tātum, rarely -tātium, C.), f

cupidus, a longing, desire, passion, eagerness: nimis confidere propter cupiditatem: insatiabilis veri videndi: pecuniae, Cs.: libertatis. pugnandi, N.: militum, zeal, Cs.: ad reditum: popularis, a demagogue's ambition.—Excessive desire, lust, passion: vita disiuncta a cupiditate: caeca dominatrix animi: mala, T.: coërcere omnīs cupiditates: ardens in cupiditatibus, S.Avarice, cupidity, covetousness: nisi ipsos caecos redderet cupiditas.—An object of desire: alicuius ex faucibus cupiditatem eripere.—Partisanship, partiality, unfairness: cupiditatis atque inimicitiarum suspicio: dissimulatio cupiditatis: cupiditas ac studium, partiality and prejudice, L.: omni carens cupiditate, etc., i. e. without personal feeling.

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