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vetustus adj. with comp. and sup.

vetus, aged, old, ancient, of long standing (posit. mostly of things; comp. and freq. also sup. used for the comp. and sup. of vetus): templum Cereris, V.: silvae, O.: ligna, H.: opinio, inveterate: amicitia, O.: qui vetustissimus ex iis, qui viverent, censoriis esset, i. e. senior ex-censor, L.: vetustissimus liberorum eius, Ta.: vetustissimos se Suevorum Semnones memorant, Ta.Of former times, ancient: Aeli, vetuste nobilis ab Lamo, H.—Of style, antiquated: Multo vetustior et horridior ille.

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