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percellō culī, culsus, ere

1 CEL-, to beat down, throw down, overturn, upset : perculeris iam tu me, T.: eos Martis vis perculit.— To strike, smite, hit : femur, L.: deam, O.—Fig., to cast down, overthrow, ruin, destroy : adulescentiam.— To strike with consternation, deject, daunt, dispirit, discourage, dishearten : metu perculsi, S.: haec te vox non perculit?: Mentes perculsae stupent, H.: quos pavor perculerat in silvas, drove in dismay , L.

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