Definition of assimulatio, adsimulatio, assimilatio
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LNS
assimulātiō, assimulātiōnis
(adsimulātiō, adsimulātiōnis)
(assimilātiō, assimilātiōnis)
adsimulo
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. an assimilating
  2. A being similar, similarity, likeness
  3. a feigned adoption of the opinion of one's hearers
  4. A comparison
Abbreviations
assimulātio (better ads-, not assi-milātio; v. assimulo fin.), ōnis, f. id., an assimilating. A being similar, similarity, likeness: prodigiosa adsimulatio, Plin. 11, 49, 109, § 262.

— In rhet., a feigned adoption of the opinion of one's hearers: est (adsimulatio) cum id, quod scimus facile omnes audituros, dicimus nos timere, quomodo accipiant; sed tamen veritate commoveri, ut nihilo setius dicamus, Auct. ad Her. 4, 37, 49.

— A comparison of one thing with others: dolosa, Dig. 2, 18, 19, § 24; Cod. Th. 16, 2, § 18.
 
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