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quī-libet (-lubet) quaelibet, quodlibet, and

(as subst.) quidlibet, pron. indef, any one, any without distinction, whom you will, no matter who, the first that comes, all: quaelibet minima res, any trifling circumstance: quemlubet, modo aliquem: quālubet condicione transigere: nomen, the first name that occurs, H.: quibuslibet temporibus, at all times, L.: quilibet unus, any one, L.—As subst n., anything, everything: quidlubet faciat, what he will: Quidlubet indutus, dressed as it happened, H.: cum quidlibet ille Garriret, at random, H.

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