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prōrsus adv.

pro+vorsus, forward, right onward : prorsus ibat res: huc prorsus se inruere, rush right in on us , T.—Fig., by all means, certainly, utterly, absolutely, entirely : tacere, T.: nullo modo prorsus adsentior, by no means : verbum prorsus nullum intellego, not a single word : vehementer: set ea prorsus opportuna Catilinae, precisely , S.In short, in fine, in a word, in fact : citus modo, modo tardus incessus; prorsus in facie voltuque vaecordia inerat, S.

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