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sūdor ōris, m

SVD-, sweat, perspiration : e corpore: multo sudore manare: sudor fluit undique rivis, V.: frigidus, O.: cum sudor ad imos Manaret talos, H.: sudorem excutere, N.: veneni, i. e. liquid poison , O.—Fig., sweat, toil, severe labor, weariness, fatigue : da spolia sine sudore, Enn. ap. C.: exercitus, qui suo sudore inde Samnites depulisset, L.: stilus ille tuus multi sudoris est: Creditur habere Sudoris minimum comoedia, H.: sudore acquirere quod possis sanguine parare, Ta.

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