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immānis (inm-) e, adj. with comp. and sup.

1 MA-, monstrous, enormous, immense, huge, vast: corporum magnitudo, Cs.: praeda: pocula: tegumen leonis, V.: studium loquendi, excessive, O.: avaritia, S.: impulsae praeceps inmane ruinae, the vast crash, Iu.: Immane quantum discrepat, vastly, H.—Fig., monstrous, frightful, inhuman, fierce, savage, wild: in ceteris rebus: gentes: Cerberus, H.: istius natura: facinus: dira atque inmania pati, Iu.: inmaniores canes: scelere immanior, V.: hic immanissimus verres.

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