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plūrimus adj. sup.

plus, most, very much, very many : placere bonis Quam plurimis, T.: huius sunt plurima simulacra, Cs.: partes: qui (collis) plurimus Inminet, in great mass , V.: tua plurima pietas, very great , V.: medio cum plurimus orbe Sol erat, most oppressive , O.: plurima quā silva est, thickest , O.: per laborem Plurimum, severe , H.Collect. : plurimus in Iunonis honore dicet, many a one , H.: oleaster, V.: Cicero S. D. P. Dolabellae (i. e. salutem dicit plurimam): Atticae plurimam salutem, my best love to , etc.—As subst n. : ut haberet quam plurimum, as much as possible : ut in quoquo oratore plurimum esset: quem unum plurimi fecerat, esteemed above all , N.: gravitatis plurimum.

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