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opīmus adj.,

fat, plump, corpulent: boves: me reducit opimum, H.—Rich, fertile, fruitful: regio: campi, L.: Larisa, H.—Fig., enriched, rich: praedā: accusatio, gainful: alterius macrescit rebus opimis, i. e, prosperity, H.—Rich, abundant, copious, sumptuous, noble, splendid: praeda: dapes, V.: opus casibus, i. e. crowded with changes of fortune, Ta.: animam exhalare opimam, victorious, Iu.: opima spolia, arms wrested by a general from a general, L.: cur non daret opima spolia victus aut victor caperet, i. e. engage in single conflict, L.: belli decus, noble, Cu.: triumphus, H.— In rhet., gross, overloaded: dictionis genus.

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