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pariter adv.

par, equally, in an equal degree, in like manner, as well, as much, alike : germanus pariter animo et corpore, T.: laetamur amicorum laetitiā aeque atque nostrā, et pariter dolemus angoribus: pariter omnes viles sunt, S.: feriunt pariter, all the same , Iu.: Siculi mecum pariter moleste ferent: pariter cum flumine, as swift as , V.: voltu pariter atque animo varius, S.: pariterque et ad se tuendum et ad hostem petendum, L.: pariter ultimae (gentes) propinquis, imperio parerent, the remotest as well as the nearest , L.At the same time, together, at once : plura castella pariter tentaverat, Cs.: decurrere, L.: angues ad litora tendunt, side by side , V.: delectando pariterque monendo, H.: studia doctrinae pariter cum aetate crescunt: cum occasu solis, S.—Repeated, as soon as . . . at once : Hanc pariter vidit, pariter Calydonius heros Optavit, O.In like manner, likewise, also : pariterque oppidani agere, S.: postquam pariter nymphas incedere vidit, O.

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