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abutor
abuti, abusus sum

-to abuse

(w/ abl.)
arbitror
arbitrare, arbitravi, arbitratus

-to think, suppose
audacia
audaciae, f.

-boldness; recklessness
caedes
caedis, f.

-slaughter, murder
concursus
concursus, m.

-gathering
coniuration
coniurationis, f.

-conspiracy
consilium
consilii, n.

-debate

(consilium capere- to adopt a plan)
constrictus, a, um
-bound, choked off
convoco
convocare, convocavi, convocatus

-to call together
designo
designare, designavi, designatus

-to point out
effrenatus, a, um
-unbridled, unrestrained
eludo
eludere, elusi, elusum

-to mock
etiam
still
fio
fieri, factus sum

-to be made, become

(irregular passive)
furor
furoris, m.

-madness
iacto
iactare, iactavi, iactatus

-to throw about

(se iactare- to brag, boast)
immo
-no, rather
munitissimus, a, um
most fortified
noto
notare, notavi, notatus

-to mark (down)
os
oris, n.

-mouth, face
particeps
particepis, m.

participant in

(w/ gen.)
pateo
patere, patui

-to lie out in the open, be obvious
proximus, a, um
-last
quam diu
-how long
quisque
quidque

-each, every
quo
-(to) where?
scientia
scientiae, f.

-knowledge
sentio
sentire, sensi, sensum

-to notice, perceive
sese
sui, sibi

-the same as se

(intensive form)
superior
superius

-before last

(comparative adj.)
usque
-all the way
vigilia
vigiliae, f.

-night watch
vito
vitare, vitavi, vitatus

-to avoid
vultus
vultus, m.

-face, expression