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īn-simulō āvī, ātus, āre,

to make suspected, charge, accuse, blame, impeach: tu me insimulas, bring a charge against: Criminibus virum, O.: vilicus cum impulso tuo insimulatus esset: insimulatus falso crimine senatus, L.: Verrem avaritiae: proditionis insimulatus, Cs.: insimulant hominem fraudandi causā discessisse.—To bring as a charge: id quod ego iniuratus insimulo: neque aliud quam patientia insimulari posset, be laid to his charge, L.

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