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formālis , e, adj. forma (post-Aug.).
I. (Acc. to forma, I. B. 2.) Of or for a form or mould: “temperatura aeris,proper for making moulds, Plin. 34, 9, 20, § 98.—
II. (Acc. to I. B. 4.)
A. Having a set form, of the nature of a rescript, circular, formal: “cum procuratorum suorum nomine formalem dictaret epistolam, sic coepit, etc.,Suet. Dom. 13: “formalia verba,Cod. Just. 6, 23, 26: “observatio (in testamentis faciendis),id. ib.
B. Transf. (qs. of the nature of a formulary), fixed, normal: “aliquid formali pretio aestimare,Dig. 35, 2, 62, § 1.
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