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cum {prep} [+abl.]with
2 Words: Others
Unverified actuose {adv}with activity
accuratus {adj}with care
plenus {adj}with child
compensato {adv}with compensation
contemptim {adv}with contempt
angulatus {adj}with corners
caesim {adv}with cuts
acute {adv}with discernment
dociliter {adv}with docility
honorifice {adv}with honor [Am.]
honorifice {adv}with honour [Br.]
dolenter {adv}with pain
honorifice {adv}with respect
venerabundus {adj}with respect
abstinenter {adv}with restraint
compensato {adv}with reward
dolenter {adv}with sorrow
2 Words: Verbs
adaequare [1] [fig.]to compare with
accommodare [1]to comply with
adcommodare [1]to comply with
adaequare [1]to level with
accubare [1]to recline with
3 Words: Others
Unverified clamosus {adj}accompanied with clamor [Am.]
Unverified clamosus {adj}accompanied with clamour [Br.]
Unverified clamosus {adj}accompanied with noise
gaudivigens {adj}alive with joy
ceratus {adj}coated with wax [postpos.]
nivatus {adj}cooled with snow
cancellosus {adj}covered with bars
gramineus {adj}covered with grass
caesariatus {adj}covered with hair
oenol. vinosus {adj}drunk with wine
auriphrygiatus {adj}embroidered with gold [postpos.]
auriphrygius {adj}embroidered with gold [postpos.]
Unverified clamosus {adj}filled with clamor [Am.]
Unverified clamosus {adj}filled with clamour [Br.]
Unverified clamosus {adj}filled with noise
mil. Unverified armatus {adj}fitted with armor
cubiculatus {adj}furnished with bedchambers
soccatus {adj}furnished with socci
chem. nitratus {adj}mixed with natron
purpurissatus {adj}painted with purpurissum
Unverified pallidus {adj}pale with fright
hostiatus {adj}provided with victims
armisonus {adj}resounding with arms
bacatus {adj}set with pearls [postpos.]
varicosus {adj}with dilated veins
bipatens {adj}with double opening
operose {adv}with great labor
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