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First Catilinarian: Lesson 22 (Steadman)

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abeō, -īre, -iī (īvī), -itus
go away or off, depart
abhorreō, -ēre
shrink from; is averse to (+ab), 2
aequus, -a, -um
level, equal, even, impartial
aliquandō
sometimes, at some time, 3
animadvertō, -ere, -vertī, -versum
to notice, turn attention to, 2
attendō, -ere, attendī
pay attention to, consider
dēcernō, -ere, -crēvī, -crētum
decide, resolve, 3
dubitō (1)
waver, hestitate, be in doubt, 3
ecquis, ecquid
any? anyone? anything?, 2
ēgredior, -ī, -gressus
go out, disembark, 3
ēmorior, ēmorī, ēmortuus sum
die, die off
ēripiō, -ere, -uī, ēreptus
rescue, snatch from, 2
fuga, -ae f.
flight, haste, exile, speed, 2
inquam
say
iūstus, -a -um
just, fair, right(eous), 3
līberō (1)
free, set free, liberate, 3
mandō (1)
entrust, commned, order, command, 2
mōs, mōris m.
custom, manner, way; character, 3
obtemperō (1)
comply with, conform to, obey
ordō, -inis m.
order, rank, line, 3
perspiciō, -ere, -spexī
to observe, perceive
placet (placeō, -ēre, -uī)
it is pleasing, 2
postulō (1)
demand, claim, request, ask, 2
referō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātum
report, bring back, 3
silentium, -iī n.
silence
sōlitūdō, sōlitūdinis f.
loneliness, solitude
taceō, -ēre, -uī, -itum
be silent, say nothing, 3
tacitus, -a, -um
silent, quiet, still, tacit, 2
terra, -ae f.
land, earth, 4
vōcō (1)
call, name, address, summon
voluntās, -tātis f.
will, free-will, wish, choice, 2
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