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succurrit
occurred to
sorbillavit
sipped
potius
instead
aetatem
the same
iniucundum
nasty
demisso
downcast
despexit
peered down
anticum
front
lustrabat
observed
percrebresceret
word has gotten around
solaminus
comfort
attulit
bring to
interessent
involved with
genere
of a kind
miscerenter
mixed up with
oscitatus
yawned
tangere
touch
laberetur
falling
personuit
slammed
putares
would have thought
exsiluisse
popped out
coartati
narrowed
grandaevus
aged
aetatem
space of time
aestimantibus
to estimate
utraque
both
implicaretur
to infold
vestetalari
robes
verrebat
scraped
cothurnis/calcibus
boots
fibulus
buckle, clasp
aptis
fasten
perspicilla
spectacles
saltem
at least
perscrutando
rummaging
sinu
pocket
crepitum
click
deorsum
down
profectus
advanced
secumdum
next
consedit
sat with
nodum
knot
artum
small, firm, tight
latericio
made of bricks
epulas
feasts
relatum
report
greges
flocks
debuerunt
bound
perpauca
precious few
stomachose
irritably
versati
moving about
limis
sideways
fervescentem
candy drop
bellarioli
confectionery
admodum
quite
benigne
no thanks
tegumentum
covering
agens
move
anhelavit
gasped
porrexit
reached out
adnuit
nodded
cohibuisse
stopped
sudarium
handkerchief
deprompsit
pulled out
detersit
to rub
potissimum
in preference, especially
adsis
to be present
admiror, admirer
surprised
propinquos
relatives, family
procul
at a distance
adolescat
to grow up
committere
to trust
crebrescebat
grew louder
capesso, capessendum
to take upon oneself
adducit
to bring to
sursum/deorsum
up/down
fremitus
roar
delapsa
descend
aemulabatur
striving to equal
inconditus
disordered/wild
fruticosae
bushy
instar
resembled
scorteis
made of leather
lacertis
muscular part of the arm
acervum
bundle, heap
lodicum
blankets
soluta
to release, set free (be relieved)
nactus
to obtain