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labō āvī, ātus, āre

2 LAB-, to totter, be ready to fall, begin to sink, give way, be loosened : illud (signum) lababat: labat ariete crebro Ianua, V.: labant naves, roll , O.: littera labat, is unsteady , O.: tarda trementi Genua labant, sink , V.: egressi labant vestigia prima, V.—Fig., to waver, be unstable, be undecided, hesitate : scito, labare meum consilium: labamus mutamusque sententiam: apparuit labare plebis animos, L.: labantes consilio patres, H.: socii labant, waver in fidelity , L.: ex nimiā mentem pietate labare Sensit, O.: memoria labat, becomes weak , L.: acies labantīs restituere, Ta.To sink, fall to pieces, go to ruin : omnīs rei p. partīs labantīs confirmare: labante egregiā quondam disciplinā, L.: cum res Troiana labaret, O.

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