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grandis e, adj. with comp.

2 GAR-.—Of things, full-grown, large, great, full, abundant : tumulus, Cs.: vas: fetūs grandiores edere: ilex, S.: grandiores libri: litterae: cothurni, H.: pecunia, a large sum : faenus: aes alienum, S.: pondus argenti: elementa, massive , O.—Of persons, grown up, large, big, tall : virgo, T.: puer.— Advanced in years, aged, old : homo grandior, T.: grandiorem aetatem ad consulatum constituere: non admodum grandis natu: tam grandis natu: iam grandior aevo genitor, O.—Fig., large, great, strong, powerful, weighty, severe : dicam tibi inpin gam grandem, T.: de rebus grandioribus dicere: supercilium, lofty , Iu.: ingenium, O.: praemia meritorum, H.: carmen, Iu.: alumnus, noble , H.Plur n . as subst: metit Orcus Grandia cum parvis, H.: nec Conamur tenues grandia, H.—Of style, great, lofty, dignified, noble : genus dicendi grandius: rerum gestarum pronuntiator: causidicus: oratores verbis.

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