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ob-noxius adj.,

liable, addicted, guilty: animus lubidini, S.: Terra nulli obnoxia bello, exposed, O.: Obnoxium est (with infin.), it is dangerous, Ta. —Subject, submissive, obedient, complying, servile: vobis, L.: pars (hominum) pravis obnoxia, H.: Crasso ex privatis negotiis, under the influence of, S.: amori uxoris, Ta.—Servile, abject, weak, timid: facies obnoxia, O.: obnoxius videar, L.: pax, dishonorable, L.—Obliged, under obligation, indebted, responsible, answerable: uxori, T.: Graecia beneficio libertatis Romanis, L.: hominum non ulli curae, dependent on, V.: facies nullis obnoxia gemmis, indebted, Pr.

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