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re-frīgēscō frīxī, —, ere,

inch, to grow cold, be chilled: cor volnere laesum refrixit, O.—Fig., to grow cold, become remiss, lose force, abate, fail, flag: illud crimen in causā refrixit: belli apparatūs refrigescent: vereor, ne hasta Caesaris refrixerit, i. e. that Caesar's auctions have suffered a check: sortes plane refrixerunt, i. e. have fallen into disuse: cum Romae a iudiciis forum refrixerit, judicial business is dull: Scaurus refrixerat, i. e. was no longer thought of (as a candidate).

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