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soleō —, itus, ēre,

to use, be wont, be accustomed qui mentiri solet: ruri esse crebro soleo, T.: soliti prandere, H.: id quod optimo cuique Athenis accidere solitum est: volgo quod dici solet, T.: unde videri Danaum solitae naves, V.: si (domus) alio domino solita est frequentari.— Ellipt.: Sic soleo amicos (sc. beare), T.: cum eum defenderit item, qui te solebat: Agedum, ut soles, T.: quod prava ambitio solet, S.: quod in tali re solet, S.—To cohabit: cum alquā, Ct.

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