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libet or lubet libuit or libitum est, ēre, impers.

LIB-, it pleases, is pleasing, is agreeable : age, age, ut lubet, T.: Ut lubet, as you will , T.: adde, si libet, velocitatem: faciat quidlubet, T.: siquid lubet, T.: efficere, ut id non liberet quod non oporteret: Scribendi, quodcumque animo flagrante liberet, Simplicitas, Iu.: cui persuasi, mihi id non libēre: sin poterit id quod libet: ipsam despoliare non lubet, T.: quid exspectem non lubet augurari: libet expectare quis impendat, etc., I should like to see who , etc., Iu.: non libet mihi deplorare vitam: Insanire libet quoniam tibi, V.

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