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quam-vīs adv.

and conj.
I.I. Adv, as you will, as much as you will, however much, as much as possible, very much, extremely, exceedingly: quamvis multos nominatim proferre, any number: quamvis callide, quamvis audacter, quamvis impudenter: quamvis pauci, Cs.: quamvis vitiosissimus orator. —
II.II. Conj, as much as you will, how much soever, however much, although, albeit: homines, quamvis in turbidis rebus sint, tamen, etc.: quamvis mihi res non placeat: ipsas quamvis angusti terminus aevi Excipiat, At, etc., V.: senectus enim quamvis non sit gravis: quamvis patrem suum numquam viderat: erat inter eos dignitate regiā, quamvis carebat nomine, N.: quamvis infesto animo et minaci perveneras, L.: amat nostram, quamvis est rustica, Musam, V.: quamvis tacet Hermogenes, H.: quamvis tamen oderat illam, O.—Ellipt.: res bello gesserat, quamvis rei p. calamitosas, attamen magnas: ratio quamvis falsa.

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