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incutiō cussī, cussus, ere

in+quatio, to wield against, cause to strike: imber grandinem incu<*> tiens, Cu.: colaphum servo, box the ear, Iu.: Gallo scipione in caput incusso, L.—Fig., to strike into, inspire with, inflict, excite, produce: timor incutitur ex ipsorum periculis: terrorem rationis expertibus: tibi pudorem, make blush, H.: consuli foedum nuntium, bring bad news, L.: vim ventis, V.: animis formidinem, Cu.: negoti tibi quid, make trouble, H.

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