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sēdō āvī, ātus, āre

SED-, to bring to rest, lay : pulverem, Ph.— To settle, still, calm, allay, assuage, appease, quiet, check, end, stop, stay : mare aut flammam: incendia, O.: sedatis fluctibus, subsided : tempestas sedatur: sitim, slake , O.: carne ieiunia, relieve , O.: ad lassitudinem sedandam militum, refresh , N.: in animis hominum motum: militum animos, L.: rabiem, H.: volnera mentis, O.: (populi impetus) sedatur: tumultum, Cs.: discordias: contentionem, L.: sermunculum omnem aut restinxerit aut sedarit: calamitatem, T.: ut vix a magistratibus iuventus sedaretur, was quieted , L.: vela fessa, i. e. come into port , Pr.

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