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timidus adj. with comp. and sup.

2 TEM-, fearful, afraid, faint-hearted, cowardly, timid : refugere timido metu: nimium me timidum fuisse confiteor: non timidus ad mortem: spes, O.: tergum, H.: timido cursu Fugit, O.: mater timidi flere non solet, i. e. cautious , N.: timidiora mandata videbantur, quam, etc.: timidissime Phineu, O.: timidissima turba, columbae, O.: pro patriā non timidus mori, H.: timidus procellae, H.: deorum, O.Plur m . as subst: timidos atque supplices odisse, cowards .

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