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tumeō —, —, ēre

1 TV-, to swell, be swollen, be tumid, puff out, be inflated : corpus tumet veneno, O.: pedes, V.: gemma in tenero palmite, O.: multo sacci hordeo, Ph.: cuius aceto tumes? Iu. —Fig., to swell, be swollen, be excited, be violent, rage : sapientis animus numquam tumet: multis gentibus irā tumentibus, L.: pectus anhelum, Et rabie fera corda tument, V.: tument negotia, are in a ferment : Bella tument, O.To be puffed up, swell : Tumens graculus superbiā, Ph.: longā serie Caesarum, Ta.: alto stemmate, Iu.: Laudis amore tumes, H.—Of language, to be pompous, be bombastic , Ta.

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