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sēcūrus adj. with comp.

2 se+cura.—Of persons, free from care, careless, unconcerned, untroubled, fearless, quiet, easy, composed : ut securus bellum Nabidi inferam, L.: securus Temnum proficiscitur: securae peragebant otia gentes, O.: Ceres natā receptā, relieved of anxiety , O.: de linguā Latinā securi es animi: securior ab Samnitibus, L.: Romani securi pro salute de gloriā certabant, Ta.: futuri, O.: pelagi atque mei, unconcerned about , V.: poenae, H.: odi, Ta.: periculi, Cu.: cadat an recto stet fabula talo, H.: ne quis errore labatur vestrūm, L.Free from care, untroubled, tranquil, serene, cheerful, bright : aevom, H.: Otia, V.: summa malorum, careless , O.: holus, i. e. a peaceful meal , H.: latices, driving away care , V.: vota repulsae, safe against , O.Free from danger, safe, secure : nullum locum securum esse sinere, L.: mare, Ta.: materia, Ta.Easy, off-hand, summary : castrensis iurisdictio, Ta.

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