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īn-flectō ēxī, exus, ere,

to bend, bow, curve, turn aside: cum ferrum se inflexisset, Cs.: inflexum aratrum, V.: sinus ad urbem inflectitur, curves: suo squalore vestros oculos, turn aside.—Fig., to change, alter, inflect: dicere inflexā (voce), modulated.—To change, influence, affect, alter, pervert: corrigendus potius quam leviter inflectendus: hic sensūs, V.: orationem, style: magnitudinem animi, lessen: precibus inflectere, be moved, V.

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