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siccus adj.,

dry: harena, V.: fauces fluminum, V.: siccāque in rupe resedit, V.: agri, H.: regio, Cu.: oculi, tearless, H.: decurrere pedibus super aequora siccis, O.: carinae, standing dry, H.: Magna minorque ferae (i. e. Ursa Maior et Minor), utraque sicca, i. e. that do not dip into the sea, O.—As subst n., dry land, a dry place: Donec rostra tenent siccum, V.: in sicco, on the shore, L. —Of the weather, dry, without rain: Sole dies referente siccos, H.: siccis aër fervoribus ustus, O.: hiemps, without snow, O.—Dry, thirsty: siccus, inanis Sperne cibum vilem, H.: ore sicco, free from saliva, Ct.: Faucibus siccis, fasting, V.— Abstemious, temperate, sober: consilia siccorum: dicimus Sicci mane, H.—Fig., firm, solid: (Attici) sani et sicci dumtaxat habeantur: nihil erat in eius oratione nisi siccum atque sanum.—Dry, cold: puella, loveless, O.

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