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sub-sīdō sēdī, sessus, ere,

to sit down, crouch down, squat, settle down, sink down: adversus emissa tela, L.: Poplite subsidens, V.: subsedit in illā Ante fores arā, O.—With dat: iuvet ut tigrīs subsidere cervis, to yield, H.—To fall, subside, sink, settle: undae, V.: venti, O.: Extremus galeāque imā subsedit Acestes, remained at the bottom, V.: ebur posito rigore Subsidit digitis, ceditque, gives way, O.—To settle down, establish oneself, remain, abide, stay: in Siciliā: in castris, Cs.: commixti corpore tantum Subsident Teucri, V.—To crouch down on the watch, lie in wait, lie in ambush: eo in loco: in insidiis, L.—With acc: devictam Asiam subsedit adulter (i. e. Agamemnonem), lay in wait for, V.

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