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fulciō fulsī, fultus, īre,

to prop up, keep up by props, stay, support: porticum: caelum vertice, V.: vitis, nisi fulta sit, fertur ad terram: pravis fultus male talis, supported, H.: fultus toro meliore, resting on, Iu.: caput fultum, bolstered, V.: fultos obice postīs, fastened, V.: pedibus pruinas, to press, Pr.—Fig., to support, sustain, uphold: amicum labentem: prope cadentem rem p.: consulum ruinas virtute: totis viribus fulta hostium acies, L.: recentibus subsidiis fulta acies, L.: causa gravissimis rebus est fulta.

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