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mātūrē adv. with comp. maturius, and sup. maturissime and maturrime

maturus, seasonably , opportunely, at the proper time : sentire: satis mature occurrit, Cs.: ubi consulueris, mature facto opus est, S.Betimes, early, speedily, quickly, soon : mature fieri senem: venire: maturius proficiscitur, Cs.: maturius pervenire: tempus quam res maturius me deserat, S.: (res) maturissime vindicanda est, as quickly as possible : quibus rebus quam maturrime occurrendum putabat, Cs.Prematurely, untimely : pater decessit, N.

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