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tumidus adj. with comp.

1 TV-, swollen, swelling, rising high, protuberant, tumid : membrum: venter, O.: aequor, V.: Fluctus, O.: vela, H.: montes, O.: crudi tumidique lavemur, i. e. stuffed with food , H.Puffing up, causing to swell : tumidoque inflatur carbasus Austro, V.: Nec tumidos causabitur Euros, O.—Fig., swollen with anger, excited, incensed, enraged, exasperated : tumida ex irā tum corda residunt, V.: animus tumidā fervebat ab irā, O.Swollen with pride, puffed up, elated, haughty, arrogant : es tumidus genitoris imagine falsi, O.: cum tumidum est cor, i. e. swells with ambition , H.: tumidior sermo, inflated , L.: regum minae, arrogant , H.: honor, vain , Pr.

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