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dolus ī, m

cf. δόγος, a device, artifice, contrivance ; in the phrase, dolus malus, wilful wrong, fraud, malice : Dolo malo haec fieri omnia, T.: in vi dolus malus inest, the crime of violence implies malice. — Guile, deceit, deception, cunning, trickery : quom nil obsint doli, T.: dolis atque fallaciis contendit, S.: ne cui dolus necteretur, L.: dolo divom victa, V.: ad pernitiem eius dolum quaerere, S.: dolo factum negat esse suo, i. e. any fault , H.: dolo pugnandum est, dum quis par non est armis, N.: consilio etiam additus dolus, L.: dolis instructus et arte, V.A snare : tendit Turdis dolos, H.: doli fabricator Epeos, V.

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