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īn-sequor cūtus (quūtus), ī, dep.,

to follow, follow after, come next: huic, V.: Orphea, H.: fugientem lumine pinum, keep in view, O.—In time, to follow, succeed: hunc proximo saeculo: mea quem aetas Insequitur, approaches, V.—To pursue, follow up, press upon: in abditas regiones sese, S.: cedentes, Cs.: ad hostem insequendum, L.: Reliquias Troiae cineres, V.: illum gladio: iacto semine arva, traverse, V.: ora manibus, keeps striking, O.—Fig., to follow up: improborum facta suspicio insequitur.—To strive after, endeavor: te rhetoricis libris, ut erudiam.—To proceed, go on: pergam atque insequar longius: hunc, prosecute, H.: lentum convellere vimen Insequor, V.—To overtake: at mors insecuta est Gracchum.—Of speech, to pursue, censure, reproach: accusatorem: turpitudinem vitae.—In order, to follow, come next: nisi vocalis insequebatur.

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