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probrum ī, n

a shameful act, base deed: ignaviae luxuriaeque probra, S.: emergere ex paternis probris.—Immodesty, lewdness, unchastity: probri insimulare feminam.—Shame, disgrace, dishonor, infamy, degradation: Quin in probro sim, T.: alquem senatu probri gratiā movere, S.: vita rustica, quam tu probro et crimini putas esse oportere, disgraceful: probrum castis inferre: terras implere probris, O.: Antoni, Romani nominis probra.—Abuse, insult, reproach, libel: epistulae plenae omnium in me probrorum: ingerere probra, L.: multa obicere: probris alqm onerare, L.

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