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ob-sistō stitī, stitus, ere,

to take place before, stand in the way: obsistens obtestansque, L.: abeunti Volumnio, L.—To make stand against, oppose, resist, withstand: hostes obsteterunt, S.: Quicumque mundi terminus obstitit, H.: Gallia, cuius consensui ne orbis quidem terrarum possit obsistere, Cs.: dolori: visis, to disapprove of: obstitit Oceanus in se inquiri, forbids, Ta.: tibi, ne in aedīs accederes: ceteris naturis, quo minus perficiantur: facile posset obsisti fortunae: vix obsistitur illis, Quin, etc., they are hardly prevented, O.

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