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īnfēstus adj. with comp. and sup.

P. of * infendo, made unsafe, disturbed, molested, infested, unquiet, unsafe: via excursionibus barbarorum: omnia serpentibus, S.: sua tuta omnia, infesta hostium, L.: vita: infestum agrum reddere, make unsafe, L.: sibi Teucri, V.: infestior salus: infestior Tulli senectus, L.: infestissima pars Ciliciae.—Plur n. as subst: infestis (i. e. infestis rebus), when in affliction, H.That renders unsafe, hostile, inimical, troublesome, dangerous: infestis signis ad se ire, Cs.: ante vallum infestis signis constitere, L.: infestis pilis procurrere, threatening, Cs.: infesta tela ferre, V.: infestis oculis conspici: te animo infestissimo intuetur: numen, Iu.: regi plebes, S.: provincia victoriae: gens infestissima nomini Romano, S.: nautis Orion, H.: virtutibus tempora, Ta.

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