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  • sĕvērus (masc. noun II decl.) strict; exigent
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sĕvērus
adjective I class

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1 serious, austere
2 severe, rigorous, hard, harsh
3 (of style, both literary and architectural) simple, unadorned, severe
4 (of wine) strong, dry

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adhibeo aliquem severius || aliquem severius adhibeor || amnem severum Eumenidum || artes severae or res severae || acerbe severus in filium = (he was) rigidly stern towards his son || adimam cantare severis || aestimatione recta severus habebatur || voluisti istuc severum facere? || A. Postumium … severissimi imperii virum dictatorem dixit = he designated Aulus Postumius dictator, a very strict man in taking charge


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