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First Catilinarian: Lesson 30 (Steadman)

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or, whether; (a new point) but, or perhaps, 4
ardeō, -ēre, ārsī
be on fire, burn
cognōscō, -ere, -nōvī, -nitum
to learn, pf. know
commendātiō, -ōnis f.
recommendation, support
cōnflagrō (1)
burn up, be consumed
dēficiō, -ere, -fēcī, -fectum
fail, give out
efferō, -ferre, extulī, ēlātum
raise up, lift
existimō (1)
judge, consider, regard, think, 1
fortitūdō, -dinis f.
strength; bravery, courage
gradus, -ūs m.
step, grade
grātia, -ae f.
thanks; favor, esteem, regard, 2
honor, -ōris m.
political office; honor, offering,
impendeō, -ēre
hang over, threaten, 4
imperium, -ī n.
command, order, power, 3
incendium, -iī n.
fire, burning fire, 4
inertia, -ae f.
idleness, inertia, neglect, 2
iūs, iūris n.
justice, law, right, 3
lēx, lēgis f.
law, regulation, decree, 3
mātūrus, -a, -um
ripe, opportune; quick, early
mōs, mōris m.
custom, manner, way; character, 3
multō (1)
punish, 2
neglegō, -ere, -lēxī, -lēctum
overlook, omit, 2
nēquitia, -ae f.
worthlessness, badness, 2
numquam
never, 2
per
through, across, 4
perniciōsus, -a, -um
destructive, ruinous, 4
persaepe
very often, 2
pertimēscō, -ere, -timuī
become very fearful, 3
posteritās, posteritātis f.
posterity, future, 3
praeclārus, -a, -um
famous, distinguished, 2
propter
on account of, because of, 3
referō, -ferre, -tulī, -lātum
report, bring back, 3
rogō (1)
to ask, 3
sevēritās, -tātis f.
severity, sternness, 2
tēctum, -ī n.
house, building, shelter; roof, 3
teneō, tenēre, tenuī, tentum
to hold, keep, 3
timeō, -ēre, -uī
fear, dread, 4
tum
then, at that time, 4
vāstō (1)
lay waste, destroy, devastate, 3
vehemēns, -entis
violent, vehement, strong, 4
vexō (1)
annoy, harass, vex, trouble, 2
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