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dulcis e, adj. with comp. and sup.

GVOR-, sweet : (animal) sentit et dulcia et amara: vinum, H.: dulcior uva, O.—As subst n. : Dulce dedit, a sweet drink (i. e. mulsum), O.—Fig., agreeable, delightful, pleasant, charming, dear, soft, flattering : orator: nomen libertatis: poëmata, H.: auditu nomen, L.: amores, H.: Dulce est pro patriā mori, H.: cui patriae salus dulcior quam conspectus fuit: dulcissima epistula.—As subst n. : Dulce satis umor, a delight , V. — Of persons, friendly, pleasant, agreeable, charming, kind, dear : amici: amicitia dulcior: liberi, H.: dulcissime Attice: dulce decus meum, H.: quid agis, dulcissime rerum? H.

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