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ē-ruō uī, utus, ere,

to cast forth, throw out, root up, dig out, take: humum, O.: sepulcris caprificos, H.: segetem ab radicibus, V.: mortuum: aquam remis, to plough up, O.: illum, to hunt down: quemvis mediā turbā, H.: Eruitur oculos, his eyes are torn out, O.—To root out, destroy utterly: urbem a sedibus, V.: Troianas opes, V.— Fig., to draw out, bring out, elicit: mihi qui legati fuerint: ex quibus (locis) argumenta: si quid obrutum erit: Sacra annalibus eruta, O.: Obscurata (verba), rescue from oblivion, H.: memoriam exercitatione: difficultas pecuniaria, quā erui, etc., to be freed: hoc mihi erui non potest, i. e. can't be talked out of me.

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