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ex-cēdō cessī

(excēssis for excesseris, T.), cessus, ere, to go out, go forth, depart, retire, withdraw: abiit, excessit: metu, L.: quoquam ex istoc loco, T.: ex tenebris in lucem: ex itinere, Cs.: acie, Cs.: bello, S.: urbibus, L.: urbem, L.—To project, reach: rupes quattuor stadia in altitudinem excedit, Cu.—To be in excess: ut nulla pars excederet extra, i. e. destroy the balance of the whole. — Fig., to go out, depart, leave, withdraw, disappear: animi cum ex corpore excessissent: palmā, yield the victory, V.: excessit e vitā, died: Quom e medio excessit, T.: excessit quinquagesimo anno, Ta.—Of things: cura ex corde excessit, T.: cognomen memoriā excessit, L. — To go beyond, exceed, pass, extend, attain, pass over: postquam excessit ex ephebis, T.: ex pueris: ad patres etiam et ad publicam querimoniam excessit res, L.: insequentia excedunt in eum annum, qui, etc., L.: paululum ad enarrandum, etc., digress, L.: eo laudis excedere, quo, etc., attain such fame, Ta. — To surpass, exceed, overtop, tower above: summam octoginta milium, L.: fidem, belief, O.

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