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prō-volvō volvī, volūtus, ere,

to roll forward, roll along, roll over, overturn: hunc in mediam viam, T.: hunc iuga subter Provolvēre rotae, V.: fortunis provolvi, i. e. to be expelled from, Ta.— With se, to cast oneself down, fall down, prostrate oneself: alcui se ad pedes, L.: flentes ad genua consulis provolvuntur, L.: provolutae ad pedes, Cu.: (mulier) ad libita Pallantis provoluta, submitting to, Ta.

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