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passim adv.

1 passus, spread, scattered about far and wide, at different places, generally, in every direction, at random : vagari, S.: per forum volitare: fugere, Cs.: perque vias sternuntur inertia passim Corpora, V.: Palantes, H.: pervastatis passim agris, L.: sparsi enim toto passim campo se diffuderunt, L.: pabula et ligna nec pauci petebant, nec passim, L.Without order, promiscuously, indiscriminately : Scribimus indocti doctique poëmata passim, H.: amare, Tb.

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