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ex-terreō uī, itus, ēre,

to strike with terror, frighten, affright: praeter modum exterreri: urbem nuntius exterruit, Ta.: voltu legiones, Ta.: propriā exterrita voce est, i. e. lost her voice through fright, O.: Improvisa species exterret utrumque, H. — P. perf., terrified, dismayed, panic-struck: repentino periculo, Cs.: hostium incursu, Cs.: monstris, V.: timuitque exterrita pennis Ales, fluttered in terror, V.: (anguis) exterritus aestu, made wild, V.: amnis, V.

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