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suēscō suēvī (contr. forms, suēstī, suērunt), suētus, ere, inch.

sueo (old), from suus, to become used, accustom oneself : ut suesceret militiae, Ta.To accustom : lectos viros disciplinae, Ta.—Hence, perf, to be wont, be accustomed : has Graeci stellas Hyadas vocitare suërunt, C. poët.: id quod suesti peto.

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