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omnīnō adv.

omnis, altogether, wholly, entirely, utterly, at all: haec nunc omnino ut crederem, T.: omnino cuncta plebes, the whole body, S.: non id quidem dicit omnino, i. e. expressly: omnis argumentatio, of every kind: interire: philosophari omnino haud placere, i. e. constantly: nihil dare, nothing whatever: omnino nemo: non omnino quidem, sed magnam partem: Teucros delere, V.: ne faciam, inquis, Omnino versūs, H.—With numerals, in all, altogether, only, but, just: quinque omnino fuerunt: erant itinera duo, only two ways, Cs.: cum omnino non essent amplius centum, N.: semel omnino, Cu.By all means, indeed, doubtless, yes, certainly, to be sure: acerbum omnino genus iudicii, sed, etc.: pugnas omnino, sed cum adversario facili.—In general, generally, universally: plurimumque poëtis nostris, omninoque Latinis litteris luminis attulisti: omnino omnium horum vitiorum atque incommodorum una cautio est, ut, etc.—In climax: non modo imperator, sed liber habendus omnino non est, not even.

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