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imper. inger, Ct.), gessī, gestus, ere, to throw in, pour in, heap upon: quicquid vinei oleique erat, oribus ingerebatur, Cu.: ingesta est insula membris, O.: alcui calices amariores, Ct.— To inflict, hurl, cast, throw upon, assail with: pugnos in ventrem, deal, T.: lapides, tela, S.: hastas in tergum fugientibus, V.: saxa in subeuntīs, L. —Fig., to pour forth, utter lavishly, load with: mala multa, T.: pueris convicia, H.: verborum quantum voletis, L.—To force upon, load with, lavish: huiusmodi recuperatores (Agyrinensibus): his se Ingerit (Fortuna), Iu.

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