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ex-currō cucurrī or currī, cursus, ere,

o run out, run forth, hasten forwards: excurrat aliquis, qui hoc nuntiet: ad me: in Pompeianum, make an excursion: excurso spatio, traversed, T.—Esp. in war, to sally forth, make an incursion: in finīs Romanos, L.: ex Africā.—To go forth, issue forth: animi spretis corporibus excurrunt foras.—To run out, project, extend: ab intimo sinu paeninsula excurrit, L.: (Sicania) in aequora, O.—Fig., to run, spread, extend, display itself: campus, in quo excurrere virtus posset: cum sententiā pariter, keep pace with: ne oratio excurrat longius, be prolix.

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