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pro-inde (often disyl.: old proin; usu. monosyl., T.), adv.,

hence, therefore, accordingly, then (in advice or exhortation): Proinde hinc vos amolimini, T.: proinde si qui sunt, ita sint parati: proinde parati intentique essent signo dato Romanos invadere, S.: Proinde tona eloquio, solitum tibi! V.: proinde ne gravarentur, L.—Just so, in the same manner, in like manner, equally, just, even: proinde ac merita est: proinde aestimans, ac si usus esset, Cs.: proinde quasi aut plures fortunati sint, etc.: quia, uti domi vos mi eritis, proinde ego ero famā foris, T.: ut proinde homines, ut quisque mereretur, iudicarent.

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