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-vellō vellī, volsus or vulsus, ere,

to tear apart, rend asunder, tear in pieces, separate violently, tear: res a naturā copulatas errore: corpus, V.: mordicus agnam, H.: nodos manibus, untie, V.: divulsa remis Unda, O.—To tear away, wrench off, wrest, tear, separate, remove: ab eis membra: liberos a parentum complexu, S.: dulci amplexu divelli, V.: ramum trunco, O.—Fig., to tear apart, destroy, sunder, distract: commoda civium: rem divolsam conglutinare: amorem querimoniis, H.: divellor dolore.—To remove, part, sever, estrange: Me (a te), H.: ab eo divelli: sapientiam a voluptate.

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