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validus adj. with comp. and sup.

VAL-, strong, stout, able, powerful, robust, vigorous: videmus ea, quae terra gignit, corticibus et radicibus valida servari: lacerti, O.: vires, V.: munitiones validiores, L.: praesidia, L.Well, in good health, sound, healthy: salvos atque validus, T.: si te validum videro: validus male filius, sickly, H.: necdum ex morbo satis validus, L.—Of drugs, strong, powerful, active, efficacious: medicamen, O.: venenum, O.—Fig., strong, mighty, powerful, effective: urbs: ducibus validiorem quam exercitu rem Romanum esse, L.: validissimus auctor, Ta.: fama validissima, Ta.: ludibrium vix feminis puerisve morandis satis validum, hardly strong enough to obstruct women, L.: adversus consentientīs, L.

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