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ultrā
adverb

This word is an invariable part of speech

1 beyond, further
2 on the other side
3 more, more than, in addition, besides

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comis ultra quam antiquis feminis probatum || Aethiopes ultra sedent || ab iis, qui ultra quinquennium proiciantur = from those who would see themselves left out for a five-year period || ranae ultra solitum vocales || castra transfero ultra aliquem locum || arteriae ultra aures feruntur || Caria, mox Ionia, ultra eam Aeolis || praeter or supra, or ultra solitum || a quibusdam senatoribus subiectum est … non ultra pati = some senators suggest that it was no longer bearable … || votorum summa : quid ultra quaeris? || vox … ultra vires urgenda non est || Civilis ultra quam barbaris solitum ingenio sollers || Caesar paulo ultra eum locum castra transtulit || Maecenas otio ac mollitiis paene ultra feminam fluens || Artemisia Mausolum virum amasse fertur ultra adfectionis humanae fidem


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