Definition of acervatim
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LNS
acervātim
adverb
  1. by heaping up or accumulation, by or in heaps
Abbreviations
acervātim, adv. id., by heaping up or accumulation, by or in heaps. Prop.: confertos ita acervatim mors accumulabat, Lucr. 6, 1263: stercus aspergi oportere in agro, non acervatim poni, Varr. R. R. 1, 38, 1; so Col. 9, 13, 4; acervatim se de vallo praecipitaverunt, Caes. B. A. 31: cadere, Vulg. Sap. 18, 23; cf.: pulmentis acervatim, panibus aggeratim, poculis agminatim ingestis, App. M. 4, p. 146 Elm.

— Fig.: i. q. summatim, crowded together, briefly, summarily: acervatim reliqua dicam, Cic, Clu. 10: multa acervatim frequentans, crowding together many thoughts in one period, id. Or. 25, 85; so Plin. 4, 12, 23, ยง 69: hactenus populus Romanus cum singulis gentibus, mox acervatim, Flor. 1, 17, 1.
 
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