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coniuratio
conuriationis (f) conspiracy, plot
quam
-(adv) as...as possible
-how
-as
-then
absolvo
absolvere, absolvi, absolutum, to give an account of
facinus
facinoris (n) deed
memorabilis
-is, -e, memorable
scelus
sceleris (n) crime
novitas
novitatis (f) novelty
explano
(1) to make clear
narro
(1) to relate
ingenium
-i (n) inborn nature
pravus
-a, -um, vicious, depraved
intestinus
-a, -um, domestic
rapina
-ae (f) plundering
discordia
-ae (f) dissension
civilis
-is, -e, of a citizen, civic
iuventus
iuventutis (f) youth, early manhood
patior
-ti, -ssus sum, to allow, to permit
inedia
-ae (f) fasting
algor
algoris (m) cold
vigilia
-ae (f) lack of sleep
credibilis
-is, -e, capable of being believed
subdolus
-a, -um, crafty, deceitful
varius
-a, -um, diverse
quilibet
quaelibet, quodlibet, whatever you please
simulator
simulatoris (m) one who puts on a pretense
dissimulator
dissimulatoris (m) one who practices concealment
adpetens
adpetentis, covetous, greedy
profusus
-a, -um, lavish, prodigal
ardens
ardentis, fiery, ardent
cupiditas
cupidatis (f) lust
sapientia
-ae (f) wisdom
parum
too little
vastus
-a, -um, desolate, immense
immoderatus
-a, -um, extravagant
nimis
(adv) too, too much
dominatio
dominationis (f) tyranny
lubido
lubidinis (f) desire, lust, passion
adsequor
adsequi, adsecutus sum, to attain
pensum
-i (n) a thing weighed
agito
(1) to rouse, excite
in dies
daily
ferox
ferocis, fierce, savage
conscientia
-ae (f) consciousness, conscience
ars
artis (f) skill, art, practice
memoro
(1) to mention, relate
corruptus
-a, -um, decayed, decadent, depraved
luxuria
-ae (f) extravagance, luxury
avaritia
-ae (f) covetousness, greed, avarice
vexo
(1) to harass, trouble, disturb
simul et
"both...and"
aes alienum
aeris alienum (n) debt, indebtedness
mons
montis (m) mountain, hill
largius
too lavishly, too freely
memor
memoris, remembering, mindful
consulates
consuls
intentus
-a, -um, on the watch, vigilant
sane
at all, by all means, very
prorsus
thoroughly, in every respect
nequiquam
to no purpose, in vain
ignavia
-ae (f) cowardice
vanus
-a, -um, worthless
incertus
-a, -um, uncertain, unsettled
capto
(1) to grasp at, aim at, go for
quia
because
fidus
-a, -um, faithful
eo
(adv) = ideo, for that reason, consequently
pulcher
pulchra, pulchrum, beautiful, fine, glorious
demum
indeed