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prae-clārus adj.

with comp. and sup, very bright, brilliant : iaspis, Iu.—Very beautiful, magnificent, honorable, splendid, admirable, remarkable, distinguished, excellent, famous: urbs situ praeclaro ad aspectum: opus: interpres iuris: genus dicendi: leges: gens bello praeclara, V.: eloquentiae ac fidei, Ta.: nec quicquam est praeclarius: praeclarissimum factum, N.: res, great wealth, H.: praeclaram populo R. refers gratiam.—Noted, notorious: sceleribus suis ferox atque praeclarus, S.—Plur n. as subst: multa secum praeclara habere, treasures of art.

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