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immineō (in-m-) —, —, ēre,

to project over, lean towards, hang down over, overhang, overarch: Quos super silex Imminet, V.: imminente lunā, shining overhead, H.: in ore impuri hominis imminens, bending towards: gestu omni imminenti, bent towards him: collis urbi Imminet, commands, V.: moenibus tumulus, L.: caelumque quod imminet orbi, O.—To be near to, touch on, border upon, follow up: Imminet hic, sequiturque parem, O.: carcer imminens foro, adjoining, L.: imminentes domini, i. e. future, Ta.—To threaten, menace: instabat agmen atque universum imminebat, Cs.: Imbrium divina avis imminentūm, H.: cum Karthago huic imperio immineret: imminent reges Asiae: Parthi Latio, H.—Fig., to strive eagerly after, be eager for, long for, be intent upon: avaritiā imminenti esse: in exercitūs opprimendi occasionem, L.: ad caedem: ei potestati, L.: exitio coniugis, O.—To be at hand, impend: ea, quae cottidie imminent: mors, quae cottidie imminet: imminentium nescius, Ta.

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