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leviter adv. with comp. levius and sup. levissimē

1 levis, lightly, not heavily : armati, lightarmed , Cu.: levius casura pila, with less force , Cs. —Fig., slightly, a little, not much, somewhat : inflexum bacillum: saucius: lucra ligurriens: velle, O.: tanto levius miser, so much less , H.: levius dolere, O.: levius strepere, less loudly , S.: ut levissime dicam, with extreme moderation.—Easily, lightly, without difficulty, with equanimity : sed levissime feram, si, etc.: nimis leviter lata iniuria, L.: levius torquetis Arachne, more nimbly , Iu.

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