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sub-sequor cūtus, ī,

to follow after, follow up, succeed, ensue: omnibus copiis, Cu.: iussis subsequi peditibus, L.: subsequiturque manus, O.: has (cohortes), Cs.: ancillam, O.: senem, O.—In time or order, to come after, follow, succeed: minorem Septentrionem Cepheus a tergo subsequitur: si ducis consilia favor subsecutus militum foret, L.: Proxima subsequitur, quid agas, audire voluptas, O.—Fig., to follow after, follow, adhere to, comply with, conform to, imitate: Platonem avunculum: tribuni inclinatam rem in preces subsecuti, i. e. seconding the prayers of the people, L.: (orationis) vim ac varietatem.

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