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īn-surgō surrēxī, surrēctus, ere,

to rise up, rise, lift oneself: attolli et insurgere, Ta.: (serpens) arduus insurgens, V.: Altior insurgens heros, V.: Ostendit dextram insurgens Entellus (for the blow), V.: insurgite remis, rise on your oars, V.: suis insurgere regnis, i. e. to seize, O.—To rise, tower, stand high, be lifted: inde colles insurgunt, L.: acuta silex Speluncae dorso insurgens, V.— Fig., to rise, increase, gather force: Insurgat Aquilo, H.: Vastius insurgens impetus undae, O.: Caesar paulatim insurgere, rose to power, Ta.

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