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īn-super adv.,

above, on the top, overhead: insuper bipedalibus trabibus immissis, Cs.: montīs insuper altos Imposuit, V.: cumulatis in aquas sarcinis, insuper incumbebant, L.: circumvelari, O.—From above: iugum insuper imminens, L.: (specūs) insuper firmo onerant, Ta.— Over and above, moreover, besides: insuper scelus Vestem discidit, T.: si id parum est, insuper poenas expetite, L.: illa insuper quam quae pacta erant facinora, L.: haec insuper addidit, V.: Insuper his, quod, etc. (i. e. his addam insuper, etc.), V.

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