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multiplex icis, adj.

multus+PARC-, with many folds, much-winding : alvus.— With many windings, full of concealed places : vitis serpens multiplici lapsu: domus, the labyrinth , O.Manifold, many times as great, far more : multiplex caedes utrimque facta, is exaggerated , L.: multiplici captā praediā, L.: multiplex quam pro numero damnum est, L.—As subst n. : multiplex accipere, many times as much , L.Of many parts, manifold, many : lorica, V.: fetūs: multiplici constructae dape mensae, Ct.—Fig., varied, complicated : res: sermones.— Changeable, versatile, inexplicable : ingenium: natura.

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