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īn-sīdō sēdī, sessus, ere,

to sit in, settle on: apes floribus insidunt, V.: insedit vapor Apuliae, H.: credit digitos insidere membris, sink into, O. —To occupy, keep possession of: silvis, V.: inscia Insidat quantus miserae deus, possesses, V.: cineres patriae, V.: tumulos, L.: militibus: arcem, L.: ut viae hostium praesidiis insiderentur, L.: saltus ab hoste insessus, L.—Fig., to be fixed, remain, be rooted in, adhere to: in memoriā: in animo insedit oratio.

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