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sānus adj. with comp. and sup.

2 SAV-, sound, whole, healthy, well : pars corporis: sensūs: Si noles sanus, curres hydropicus, H.: eo medicamento sanus factus.—Fig., of the state, sound, safe, whole, unharmed : res p.: civitas, L.—Of the mind, sound, rational, sane, sober, discreet, sensible : eos sanos intellegi necesse est, quorum mens, etc.: Satin' sanus es? in your senses? T.: mens bene, H.: vix sanae compos Mentis, O.: illum male sanum putare, of unsound mind : male sana (Dido), i. e. raving , V.: male sani poëtae, i. e. inspired , H.: excludit sanos Helicone poëtas, sober , H.: bene sanus Ac non incautus, discreet , H.: rem p. capessere hominem bene sanum non oportere: nihil pro sano facturus, i. e. rationally , Cs.: Solve senescentem sanus equum, H.: tumultu etiam sanos consternante animos, self-possessed , L.: ab illis (vitiis), i. e. free from , H.: qui sanior, ac si, etc., H.: quisquam sanissimus tam certa putat, quae videt, quam? etc.—Of style, sound, correct, sensible, sober, chaste : nihil erat in eius oratione, nisi sanum: (oratores) saniores.

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