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polliceor itus, ērī, dep.

pro+liceor, to hold forth, offer, promise : liberaliter pollicitus eos remittit, with large promises , Cs.: de meā (voluntate): tibi custodias: servos in quaestionem: mirandum in modum: pollicitus est, sibi eam rem curae futuram, Cs.: divisurum se urbem: modo Qui sum pollicitus ducere, T.: obsides dare, Cs.— Prov.: montes auri, i. e. boundless wealth , T.: maria montīsque, S.P. pass. : pollicita fides, O.

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