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ex-sequor or exequor cūtus, ī, dep.,

to follow to the grave: Hunc omni laude, C. poët.— Fig., to follow, follow after, accompany, go after, pursue: cladem illam fugamque: fatum illius, i. e. share: suam quisque spem, L.: sectam meam, Ct.—To follow up, prosecute, carry out, enforce, perform, execute, accomplish, fulfil: alqd primum, T.: mandata regis officia: incepta, L.: Iussa divōm, V.: armis ius suum, Cs.: mitem orationem: mortem, i. e. kill oneself, Ta.—To follow up, investigate, examine: veram rationem, T.: summā omnia cum curā inquirendo, L.: quem locum ipse capturus esset, L.—To go through, relate, describe, say, tell: quae vix verbis exsequi possum: omnia, L.: dona mellis, V.—To follow up, punish, avenge: omnia scire, non omnia exsequi, Ta.: deorum violata iura, L.: Tarquinium ferro, L.

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