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turbidus adj. with comp. and sup.

turba, full of confusion, wild, confused, disordered : tempestas: Tempestas telorum, V.: Auster, H.: scaturiges, L.: coma, dishevelled , O.—Of liquids, troubled, thick, muddy, turbid : aqua: Turbidus caeno gurges, V.—Fig., troubled, disordered, disturbed, perplexed, violent, boisterous, turbulent, vehement : mens, quae omni turbido motu semper vacet: animorum motūs: ex oculis se turbidus abstulit Arruns, in confusion , V.: puella, O.: in turbido tempore: Pectora turbidiora mari, O.— As subst n. : turbidissima sapienter ferre, the most troubled circumstances : in turbido, in troubled times , L.Acc adverb. : mens turbidum Laetatur, confusedly , H.

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